The Missoula Police Department is attempting to locate 16-year-old Tyra Sepulveda. She was last seen on Friday night at about 7:00 p.m. when she left home to meet friends at the Missoula Skate Park near Cregg Lane.

According to the complainant, Tyra texted her guardian early on Saturday to let her know she was okay, but there has been no contact since then. A report was made to MPD yesterday morning at 1:21 a.m.

"If you have seen Tyra, or have information that could help us find her, please contact Officer Dan Kozlowski or Officer Jim Johnson at (406) 552-6300," said Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh. "Her guardian is concerned for her welfare."

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