Star City, W. Va., girl Skylar Neese has been missing since July 7. This week, Star City Police Chief Vic Propst has confirmed that the FBI is assisting with the search, but added that they have been doing so for several weeks.
Skylar Neese, 16, of Star City, W.Va., has now been missing for over a month. On the evening of July 7, Skylar came home from her job at Wendy’s, hugged her parents and told them she loved them. Then, her father recalls, she said she was tired and went to her room. Surveillance footage taken from the family’s apartment complex shows Skylar leaving the apartment through a window and willingly getting into an unknown sedan.
Yesterday, Star City Police Chief Vic Propst today that his department is now working with the Carolina Beach, N.C., police department after a possible sighting of Skylar in that area. There have been no new sightings since then, and the search for the missing girl, last seen one week ago, continues.
Star City, W.V., police are searching for Skylar Neese, 16, who was last seen Friday. She is described as about 5’4″ or 5’5″ tall and around 130 to 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. In the two days before she was last seen, Skylar posted some tweets in which she sounded upset.