Search Continues for Missing 14-Year Old Girl, Nevaeh Snyder

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“We’ve been hitting this very hard, exploring every option possible,” said Chief Luke Sawyer with the Shepherd Police Department.

It’s been more than 30 hours now since anyone has seen or heard from 14- year old Nevaeh Snyder.

The Shepherd Police Department says they are continuing to do what they can to bring her home.

Nevaeh walked out of her school Thursday morning, but where she went remains a mystery.

Tiara Kyser, Nevaeh’s sister, came to pick her up for an appointment at Shepherd High School, but she wasn’t there.

She was last seen leaving the school around 10 a.m.

“She was perfectly fine in the morning and then she went to school. She went to her first two hours and then I went to go pick her up for an appointment and she wasn’t there,” said Kyser.

Kyser describes her 14- year old sister as outgoing.

She says her and her family are doing what they can to find out where she is.

“We’ve just been looking around for her trying to find her. Messaging everybody we can seeing if they know anything but nobody knows anything,” said Kyser.

Sawyer says they too are using all their resources to find Snyder.

“Reaching out to partners in law enforcement, checking camera footage, things like that so it’s an ongoing investigation. We’re doing everything in our power to get Nevaeh home to her family,” said Sawyer.

He says while they don’t have reason to believe she is in danger, he can’t imagine what the family is feeling.

“As a dad of some kids myself, it really hits to your heart and again we’re going to do everything we possibly can to get her home. That’s a parent’s worst nightmare,” said Sawyer.

If you have any information on where she could be, you are asked to contact the Isabella County Central Dispatch or the Shepherd Police Department.