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Local father asks community for help finding his daughter

A picture of 14-year-old Hannah Schutt, who has been missing since Friday afternoon.
A picture of 14-year-old Hannah Schutt, who has been missing since Friday afternoon.(Will Thomas)
Published: Nov. 15, 2020 at 1:43 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Hannah Schutt is a 14-year-old Johnson Junior High School student. According to her father, Louis Schutt, Hannah has been missing since Friday afternoon.

“Apparently she left school at two in the afternoon, went to a couple friends in the Goins area, called and checked in at a quarter til five, said she was on her way home and never arrived hours later,” said Louis Schutt.

It’s now been more than 36 hours since Hannah was reported missing and Louis Schutt confirmed they have filed a missing person report with the Cheyenne Police Department, which it posted on its Facebook Friday evening. CPD said at this time, Hannah has been entered into its system as a runaway. Which means CPD will continue to monitor the case, hoping Hannah returns home soon or someone calls dispatch to report her location.

Louis said Hannah has never done anything like this and it’s very out of character for her.

“She’s never done anything like this before, it’s extremely out of character, it really is, it’s really out of character. It’s hard to believe to think that she ran away, I don’t know what to think," said Louis.

Louis Schutt had this to say to Hannah, “Hannah if you see this, we miss you, and we love you, and we need you to come home. Papa’s here and your Aunt Laura’s here waiting for you and we really need you home and safe, Hannah, please come home to us.”

Louis Schutt said the last time he saw Hannah Friday, she was wearing ripped blue jeans, a white shirt and a black windbreaker. If you or anyone has any information on where Hannah is, you are encouraged to reach out to the Cheyenne Police Department at 307-637-6525.

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