There is a young woman that has been missing from the Shreveport area which of course is not far from Texarkana. Please share this information with others and keep your eyes and ears open for Savannah Hale.

Savannah has been missing since May 4 when family members reported her missing. She is a student at Louisiana State University in Shreveport and is originally from Montgomery Louisiana. Savannah is 22 years of age and is majoring in Computer Science.

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According to a Facebook post:

drives a gray 2012 Kia Forte, no tag information at this time. She is 5’8’ tall, and weighs about 160 pounds, she has silver hair and blue eyes. Savannah was last seen wearing black leggings, black hoodie, and black tennis shoes

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She has two tattoos. A butterfly tattoo on her upper left arm and a pyramid on her inner left ankle. She also has a birthmark on the back of her neck at her right side hairline.

 

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Photos of her car are below. Again it is a gray 2012 Kia Forte.

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There is also an LSUS sticker on the back window of the car. Although that can be easily removed.

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There is a dent in the car at the gas cap.

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Savannah's family has also made a Facebook Group page for a central location to share information and updates. The Facebook Group is called Bring Savannah Hale Home.

Police are asking for anyone with information as to where Savannah might be or if you have seen her please call Shreveport Police Department immediately at (318) 673 -7300, option #3.

Below is a recent view on KTBS with Savannah's sister.

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