4:15 p.m. update: Emily has been located and returned to her parents, the sheriff’s office said.
The Clark County Sheriff’s office is seeking the public’s help in finding a 16-year-old girl who ran away from home earlier this month.
Emily Maurstad-Rasor was last seen Nov. 9 at her residence; she left following an argument with her mother, according to a sheriff’s office news release. Her mother assumed she was at a friend’s residence — it was discovered that she was not — and didn’t call 911 until Sunday.
“Attempts to contact Emily via social media, friends, and trusted adults were unsuccessful, and her whereabouts are unknown. She has no known medical or mental health issues,” the sheriff’s office said.
Emily is described as white, standing 5-feet tall and weighing 120 pounds, with blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a gray Sasquatch sweatshirt, black pants, white shoes and a gray Adidas beanie, according to the sheriff’s office.
Anyone who knows of Emily’s whereabouts or locates her should contact 911 and reference Clark County case #20-9537.