ORO VALLEY — Oro Valley Police and the Pima County Sheriff’s Department are looking for two 14-year-old girls who have been reported missing.

Isabelle Kring and Jade Inniss were last seen on Nov. 22 at Canyon Del Oro High School. Officers are listing the two girls as possible runaways, but family members think they may have been coerced.

Kring is described as 5-foot-3, 125 pounds, with long blond hair, green eyes and braces. She was last seen wearing a black skirt with long black socks, a red and black plaid shirt and a hoodie. She also has double pierced earlobes and a scar in her left eyebrow. She may also be wearing chunky red and black sneakers.

Inniss is described as 5-foot-4, 180 pounds with short brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a plaid yellow and black skirt, leggings and a black hoodie.

Inniss was first reported missing on Nov. 22 to Oro Valley Police. Inniss’ case has been transferred to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department because she lives just outside of the Oro Valley Police Department’s jurisdiction. She was last seen with Kring at their high school.

Facebook comments from family members suggest that the girls may have left with an unknown man.

Officials from the Oro Valley Police Department said they are checking every lead that has come in, including reports from the family that the girls may have left with an unknown man and that they may have traveled to Connecticut or Vermont.

Officers have been unable to track the girls via their cellphones because the phones have been turned off or they are not operating. Officers have also checked the girls’ social media accounts but have not found any new posts.

Anyone with information about the girls should call 911 or call or text 88crime at 520-882-7463 or go to 88crime.org.


Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa is a reporter covering the city of Casa Grande and the surrounding area, as well as Central Arizona College. She can be reached at sadams@pinalcentral.com.

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