Two teenage girls reported missing in Cedar Rapids
Police do not believe cases are related
Two teenage girls from Cedar Rapids were reported missing Tuesday, but police said the cases do not appear related.
Operation Quickfinds have been issued for Zoey Irvin, 16, and Abagail Whitehouse, 14, who were both last seen Monday. Sgt. Cristy Hamblin said both girls left on their own accord and were not believed to be in any danger.
Irvin was last seen at her home, 2112 North Towne Ct. NE, at around 10 p.m. Monday. She is 5-foot-4, around 170 pounds, and was last seen wearing a black winter coat with a red Washington High School sweatshirt, black pants and a grey Neff beanie. The right side of her head is shaved, and some of her hair is blonde, with a red streak. She also has blue eyes, a nose ring and blue gauges in both ears.
Whitehouse was last seen around 2 a.m. Monday leaving her house, 1016 29th St. NE, and getting into brown car with an unknown driver. She is 5-foot-5, around 140 pounds, with brown eyes. She is of Native American descent, but currently has blonde hair. According to police, she has a marking on the inside of her left ankle of the word "Love" with a heart next to it. She was last seen wearing a green sweatshirt jacket with "Never Shout Never" on it.Anyone who has seen Irvin or Whitehouse, or has information regarding their whereabouts is asked to call the Cedar Rapids Police Department at (319) 286-5375.