Police in Clarksville are requesting the public's assistance to locate a 16-year-old runaway who was last seen early Friday morning.
Investigators said Meghan Crawford, 16, was last spotted in her bedroom at her Ann Drive home around 12:10 a.m.
Her parents told police around 12:15 a.m., they heard a thud upstairs, went to check on their daughter, found the window open and Megan was gone. They believe she jumped out of the second-story window and then left in a car.
The family told police that someone who knew Megan saw and spoke to her at a store on Ft. Campbell Boulevard on Sunday. She was in the company of a thin. white man who had brown, shoulder-length hair and braces.
Megan has some medical problems and does not have her medications with her and may be a danger to herself, said police.
Anyone with information can call the TIPSLINE at 931-645-8477 or 911.
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