Have you seen her? Family and friends search for missing Bucyrus teen

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BUCYRUS, Ohio — The search resumed Saturday for a missing 15-year-old girl from Bucyrus.

Rebecca “Beccy” Kemper, hasn’t been seen since September 23.

Her family and friends planned to meet at a Walmart in Marion to hand out flyers and canvass the neighborhood looking for her.

According to a release from the Cleveland office of the FBI, Beccy was last seen by her mother at about 10:30 p.m. at their home on Crestline Road in Bucyrus.

Beccy’s mother noticed that a window was open, and Beccy was not there. Beccy’s mother then contacted local police.

She is described as about 5 feet tall and weighs roughly 180 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing blue pajamas.

Friday afternoon, FBI agents joined local authorities in the search of the family’s home, where they removed one vehicle. They are also searching the neighborhood.

The sheriff’s office says they know Beccy was in contact with someone in the Marion area.

Officials do not believe Beccy is a runaway. She is home-schooled and had a small circle of friends. She hasn’t run away previously.

Authorities ask anyone with information regarding the disappearance or current location of Beccy to call the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office anonymously at 419-562-7906.

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