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West Philadelphia girl, 11, is missing, needs mental health medication

Adora Wilson is a black female standing 4-foot-11 and weighing 90 pounds with brown eyes and braided black hair.
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Philadelphia police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing girl with a mental health condition that requires medication she currently does not possess.

Adora Wilson, 11, has been missing since November 12, when she was last seen at 3 p.m. on 52nd and Race streets, NBC Philadelphia has reported, adding that investigators say Wilson has a mental health condition which requires medication that is not with her.

Although a resident of Sharon Hill in Delaware County, she is currently in the custody of the Department of Human Services, thePhilly Voicereported in a related article, stating that she may be somewhere in the area of the 4100 block of Parkside Avenue where her biological mother lives, according to authorities.

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Wilson is a black female standing 4-foot-11 and weighing 90 pounds with brown eyes and braided black hair, according to NBC, and she was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, blue pants and was carrying a book bag.

If you have any information on Wilson’s whereabouts, please call the Central Detective Division at 215-686-3093 or 911.

Check back here for updates as they become available.

 
 
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