Indianapolis police turn to public in search of missing 23-year-old woman

Indianapolis, Indiana – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has made a formal request to the general public for assistance in locating a missing 23-year-old individual, Mya-Monet Posey.

Ms. Posey was last reported to have been seen on June 22 on the southern side of Indianapolis. The dedicated team of detectives within the IMPD’s missing persons unit is earnestly seeking any pertinent information and collaboration from the public to facilitate Ms. Posey’s safe return.

Mya-Monet Posey stands at about 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 180 pounds. She is characterized by her black hair and brown eyes.

The law enforcement officials have conveyed genuine concern regarding her present circumstances, emphasizing that there are reasons to believe she may currently be at risk. They request that, should anyone encounter her, they contact 911 promptly to ascertain her welfare.

Those with any knowledge pertinent to Ms. Posey’s whereabouts or situation are encouraged to contact the IMPD’s missing persons division at (317) 262-8477. There are also other platforms for sharing information such as the P3 tips mobile application or the crime tips website. The participation and vigilance of the community are crucial in aiding law enforcement in their mission to locate and protect missing persons.

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