CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland police are asking for the public’s help to find a 16-year-old girl who ran away from her home in the city’s Glenville neighborhood Saturday after an argument with her family.

Tyanakei Bruton is about 5-feet 5-inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds, a Cleveland police report states. She has black hair, with a green bun, and brown eyes.

Tyanakei was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black leggings and a pink bathrobe, the report says.

The girl was reported missing by her mother, the Cleveland police report says. The mother told officers that after an argument at home, Tyanakei asked to go to her boyfriend’s house and was told no. When her parents went to check on her, she was no longer home.

Tyanakei could be at her boyfriend’s house, near the intersection of East 102nd Street and Tanner Avenue, police said. She left home without her cell phone.

The teen has diagnoses of ADD and ODS, and is being tested for bipolar disorder, the police report says. She does not take medication.

Anyone with information about Tyanakei’s whereabouts should contact Cleveland police at 216-621-1234.


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