Search continues for missing Morgan County girl

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Authorities and a Morgan County family are looking for help finding a missing girl.

Riley Crossman, 15 of Berkeley Springs, was last seen by her parents Monday at their home.

She is described by the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office as last seen wearing a black hoodie and black leggings. She is 5’6″, approximately 125 pounds and has blonde hair and blue eyes.

Riley Crossman, 15 of Berkeley Springs.

Riley’s father, Lance Crossman, told the Panhandle News Network she has a light scar that runs from her hairline to her mid forehead and between her eyes.

“If she is with someone at someone’s house, maybe they feel like this has gotten out of hand and so they’re just afraid to surface,” said Crossman. “No one is going to be upset…everyone is just very, very worried. So we just want her to come home and everything will be fine.”

If you have information, call the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office at 304-258-1067.


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