Missing Foster Girl Police Release New Photos, Ask for Public’s Help

The 14-year-old foster girl who vanished from Portland on May 22 is thought to be in danger, and Oregon DHS is appealing for assistance in finding her.

According to the State Department of Human Services, Nevaeh Rohrbach is known to visit homeless camps in the Portland region.

She is described as being 135 pounds, 5 feet 8 inches tall, with green eyes, and hair that has been colored black and brown. She also has a tattoo on her finger, as well as a heart on her wrist.

KATU News confirms the news on its official Twitter account:

Call 911, your neighborhood police, or the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline at 1-855-503-7233 if you see her.

More information from Oregon DHS:

The ODHS may need to find a missing kid in some cases if they are in grave danger in order to assess and support their safety. Media alerts will be sent out in certain situations when it is deemed necessary, as ODHS attempts to do everything it can to locate these missing children and determine their safety. Sometimes in these circumstances, a child may regularly go missing, leading to multiple media alerts for the same youngster.

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