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Fruitland Police Looking for Missing Girl

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Courtesy: Fruitland Police Department Courtesy: Fruitland Police Department

FRUITLAND, Md. - The Fruitland Police Department is asking for help locating sixteen-year old Leila Jackson.

Authorities say Jackson was last seen the morning of Nov. 3 at Parkside High School in Salisbury, Maryland.

Authorities say Jackson was last seen wearing a white tank top, light blue skinny jeans and tan sandals. Leila also was carrying a large tan purse, similar to a courier or messenger style bag.

Police believe Jackson is somewhere in the Salisbury area, possibly on or near Naylor Street.

Leila is considered critically missing, due to her age, but foul play is not suspected at this time.

If anyone has any information regarding Leila’s location please contact the Fruitland Police Department immediately (410)548-2803.

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