Operation Quickfind: Ashleigh Schossow

The Cedar Rapids Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in finding a 12-year-old girl who has been reported missing since Monday.

According to an Operation Quickfind document issued Friday by the department, Ashleigh Schossow, 12, was last seen Monday, Jan. 29 at McKinley Middle School in Cedar Rapids between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Schossow is described in the document as being white in complexion, four foot, five inches in height and weighing 94 pounds. She recently also died her hair black, according to the release.

In the report filed for Monday, Schossow is described as last seen wearing a green coat, black sweatpants, and a back pack.

Anyone with information on Schossow’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Cedar Rapids Police Department. The phone number for the department is (319) 286-5491.

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