GEORGIA, USA — The Gwinnett County Police Department needs the public’s help in locating a missing teenage girl. At 10:32 a.m. on May 24, 14-year-old Nevaeh “Ashley” Bell was last seen in the parking lot of Parkview High School on Cole Drive in unincorporated Lilburn. After completing her exam, she was last seen heading to the student parking lot. The girl usually accompanied her older sister on leaving school. Bell stopped using his phone and social media accounts soon after. Neither money nor transportation are available to him. The girl’s flawless school attendance and unusual behavior raised red flags for cops.
Bell’s father told FOX 5 that his playful daughter was shy and withdrawn. He claims that it is not in the character of the straight student who never misses class and who would never abandon her loved ones. We believe she befriended someone using an app and was then taken away. Because, as Bell said, “she would never do something like that.” The Gwinnett Police Department received the case after it was reported to Gwinnett County School Police.
If you have any information related to this case and would like to speak to a GCPD detective, you can do so by calling 770-513-5300. If you wish to remain anonymous while providing information to Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta, you may do so by calling 404-577-TIPS (8477) or visiting www.stopcrimeATL.com. A monetary reward is available for information submitted to Crime Stoppers.