Missing 14-year-old runaway last seen in Volusia

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help from the public to locate a missing 14-year-old girl who was last seen on Thursday, May 9.

According to VCSO, Lily Wiley was last seen leaving her home in Holly Hill on Thursday afternoon. The sheriff’s office stated that Lily told others that she was going to a Walmart in Daytona Beach.

“(Lily) may have headed to the DeLand area with a friend afterward,” added the sheriff’s office.  

When Lily was last seen, she was wearing a red tank top, white pants, and white tennis shoes. She was also carrying a gray/black T-shirt and a red plaid backpack.

While Lily is not believed to be in any danger, she has been away from home for several days.

If you have any information about Lily Wiley’s whereabouts, please contact the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office via phone (386-736-5961) or email (LMeeks@volusiasheriff.gov), or dial 911.

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