Wrightstown girl found safe
WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 1/27
A 16-year-old Wrightstown girl that was reported missing Wednesday has been found safe.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office says Cassandra Barrett is being reunited with family. Officials did not release additional details about where she was found.
Cassandra’s mother told Action 2 News that her daughter didn’t show up for school Wednesday and left notes that were concerning to her family.
“Thank you for all of your assistance. More details may be available at a later time,” reads a statement from the Sheriff’s Office.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help locating a 16-year-old girl. The sheriff’s office considers Cassandra Barrett missing and endangered.
Her mother tells Action 2 News Cassandra, who’s from Wrightstown, was last seen in Greenleaf at 6:30 Wednesday morning. She didn’t show up for school and left notes that were concerning to her family.
Cassandra is 5′4″, about 145 pounds, with shoulder length brown hair and hazel eyes. She has braces, wears glasses, and has a nose piercing on the left side with a diamond stud She was last seen wearing a black, hooded Country USA sweatshirt with a guitar on it and black leggings.
She was driving a red, 2007 model Chrysler Pacifica with Wisconsin license plates 162 NFA.
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