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13-year-old girl returns home

Samiesha Adme (Source: Cincinnati Police) Samiesha Adme (Source: Cincinnati Police)

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

UPDATE: Police have cancelled a missing alert for 13-year-old Samiesha Adme.

investigators say she returned home Tuesday, safe.


Cincinnati Police are looking for a missing 13-year-old girl,  and her family tells FOX19 this a desperate search that is going on it's third day.

Samiesha Adme was last seen July 18 in the 1500 block of Pullan Street in Northside. She was wearing a turquoise and white shirt, blue jean shorts and black and white sneakers.

Samiesha is described as a black female, 4'11" and 90 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

"I'm not going to be able to sleep tonight. This is it, I'll have to go to the hospital because I am not going to be able to make it. I don't know, says mother Kimberly Payne about the ongoing search.

Samiesha's family has plastered signs around the area asking for help finding her.

"Everywhere I go I am seeing her poster, and her pictures, and flyers everywhere. Oh Jesus. I just want her to come home," says Payne.

Stepfather Kevin Thompson told FOX19 what happened right before she went missing. 

"We wanted to go to a picnic, and she didn't want to go. So her mom told her she had to go. We got ready to get into the car, and she just took off running," says Thompson. Shamiesha has never been gone this long, says Thompson.

Police believe Samiesha could be in the Cheviot or Price Hill area.

If you see her, call 911 or the police department.

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