In a press release from the Benton County Sheriff’s Office Masterson has been located and is safe.
Law enforcement is on the lookout for a missing Warsaw teen. The Benton County Sheriff’s Office issued an Endangered Person Advisory for Cheyenne Masterson, 13. She was last seen when she went to bed Christmas night. When her grandmother went to wake her Thursday morning, she was gone and the bed had not been slept in.
Cheyenne was last seen wearing a purple Aeropostale hoodie. She may have on black sneakers with pink and green laces, and might be carrying a pink backpack with black stripes and a zebra print purse.
Masterson has run away in the past, and authorities believe she may be en route to the Independence area using the Highway 7 area. Anyone who sees her or has information is asked to immediately dial 911 or contact their local law enforcement agency.
Her picture can be seen here.
Press Release from the Benton County Sheriff’s Office
Cheyenne Marie Masterson a white, female, age 13
Cheyenne Masterson, is a white, female, age 13, hgt 4’11″, 90 lbs, dark blonde hair, green eyes, medium complexion, last seen wearing a purple aeropostale hoodie.
Brief circumstances regarding the Endangered Missing Person incident:
Cheyenne went to bed at 10:30 p.m. Christmas night. Grandmother went to wake her up at 10:30 am on 12-26-2013. Bed was still made, not slept in. Cheyenne was not in the residence. Cheyenne has ran away in the past in the Independence Area. She has on black sneakers, purple hoodie – Aeropostale brand. Possibly carrying a back pack, pink with black stripes and a zebra print purse. Shoes might have pink and green laces. Possibly en route to Independence area along 7 Hwy. Cheyenne may be depressed and suicidal. She has harmed herself in the past.
Anyone seeing the missing person, suspect, associate, or vehicle, or anyone having any information related to the endangered missing person should immediately dial 911 to contact the nearest law enforcement agency or call the Benton County Sheriffs Department at 660-438-6135.