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PACIFIC, Mo. (KSDK) – Police are looking for a 16-year-old girl who went missing from Pacific on June 3 and was last seen in St. Louis on June 9.

Poliec say Catilynn Ann Beyer Annette Smith left home on June 3 at about 7 p.m. after getting in a fight with her mother over the phone. Her mom told police that she let her daughter leave to cool down, but she went looking for her when she didn't come back.

A police officer was called to a McDonalds on that same day because a young woman was asking for a ride to St. Louis. When the officer arrived, the girl was gone, and when police got a call saying that Smith was missing, they say they believe the teen in question was her.

Smith was last seen on Monday near Grand and Bates asking for money, before getting on a bus headed north on Grand. She was last wearing a dark shirt, black shorts and carrying a red and black backpack.

She is described as around 5'2" and 240 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She possibly has a nose ring and a piercing under her lower lip at the corners.

Anyone who has seen is asked to call police at 636-257-2424 or 314-444-5555.

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