(GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga.) — The family of a missing Gwinnett County girl is growing more concerned more than a week after she walked off campus on the last day of school.
14-year-old Ashley Na’Veah Bell took her exams at Parkview High School on Wednesday, May 24 and then vanished shortly after 10:32 a.m.. Bell is 5′3, and weighs 145 pounds. She was last seen with a white shirt, brown tights, and white shoes. Bell’s cell phone was turned off a few hours after she was seen in the parking lot of Parkview High School walking toward the student parking lot.
Bell has had no activity on social media and does not have access to money or a car.
Johnson talked to Bell’s father, Remon Bell, who said his daughter is not one to run away and definitely not for this long.
“It’s harder and harder every morning, waking up,” Remon Bell said. “I don’t know what to think, because she doesn’t do this.”
Remon Bell said Ashley Bell’s sister called him around 11:00 a.m. that morning, having found her things but not Bell herself. He says Bell’s phone was last pinged in Morrow this past Sunday. Despite extensive searches, she still hasn’t been found.
If you know where Bell is, or have information that could lead to her location, contact the Gwinnett County Police Department detectives at 770-513-5300.
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