A Fulton teenager has been reported as missing to the Fulton Police Department 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Amjina Michelle Davis, 14, was last seen entering a black sedan of unknown make, year and model on Wyoming Street in St. Louis heading in an unknown direction, according to the missing persons report.
Davis is described as 5 feet, 2 inches tall, weighing about 120 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and with a light to medium complexion. She was last seen wearing an unknown-color shirt and black leggings and carrying a pink and purple Nike bag.
"In this particular case, we have zero evidence that she has been abducted; we do have evidence she has run away," said Fulton Police Maj. Roger Rice. "Not knowing exactly where she is makes her endangered, due to her age. She's been gone now three days; most kids who have run away either come back home or are found and taken home in 24 hours."
Davis was reported as having run away from home in Fulton 4:30 p.m. March 25, and was last seen by a relative 6 p.m. Wednesday off of Wyoming Street in St. Louis. The vehicle was reported as being driven by a black male.
"The relative saw her, tried to talk her into coming home and that apparently did not work," Rice said. "She refused to listen to the relative and she took off. We have no idea where she is at this point."
Rice said the Missouri State Highway Patrol has notified all law enforcement agencies in the state about Davis.
Anyone who has seen the missing person, suspect, associate or vehicle, or anyone who has information related to the case, should immediately call 911 to contact their nearest law enforcement agency or call the Fulton Police Department at 573-592-3100.