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15-year-old disappears, deputies seek information

Gabbiee Swainson (Source: Facebook) Gabbiee Swainson (Source: Facebook)
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

The Richland County Sheriff's Department is seeking information in the disappearance of a 15-year-old Columbia girl who was last seen in her bedroom at her home in northeast Columbia.

Gabbiee Swainson's mother, Elvia, says she left the Tamara Way home early Saturday morning to go to work and when she returned around 7:30 a.m. her daughter was gone.

Investigators say the only thing missing from the home is Gabbiee's cell phone.

Authorities have found no evidence that the teenager was abducted. She has no history of running away.

According to sheriff's deputies, Gabbiee is 5'2" tall, has black hair, and was last seen wearing pink and black pajamas.

She is scheduled to start her sophomore year at Ridgeview High School on Thursday.

A Facebook page has been created to help find Gabbiee: http://www.facebook.com/findGabbiee

If you know Gabbiee's whereabouts, you are urged to call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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