Police ask for public's help finding teenager missing since last week

Author:
Updated:
Original:

Fargo police are looking for a teenager missing since last week.

In a news release, the department says 14-year-old Ariana-Lei Poitra (seen above) was last seen Thursday, March 5.

She's described as being about 5-foot-5, with tattoos "all over" her right hand. She wears glasses about half the time.

Lt. Joel Vettel told BringMeTheNews they received some tips since asking for the public's help, but nothing "concrete."

She was last seen wearing a purple shirt, black leggings, knee high white socks, gold colored Ugg boots and a gray leather coat. She also had a black and white camouflage backpack.

Vettel said the department doesn't feel she's in "imminent danger," and it's mainly her age combined with the length of time she's been missing that prompted authoirties to reach out to the public.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fargo Police Department at (701) 235-4493, or your local law enforcement.

Next Up

Sanford Health

Sanford Health 'parts ways' with CEO after his face mask comments

Kelby Krabbenhoft had been with the company since 1996.

closed sign

What's open and closed in Minnesota on Thanksgiving Day 2020?

Most services will not be running on Thursday and unlike most years, many stores will be closed, too.

PennyMomentos

How a turkey's brush with celebrity in Bloomington came to a tragic end

DNR: if you care about wild animals, stop feeding them

TCF Bank Stadium

Saturday's Gophers/Badgers football game canceled due to COVID-19 issues

The Battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe will not take place for the first time since 1906.

coronavirus, Iowa

MN health officials don't think downside of COVID-19 peak has arrived

We could be in a trough between a series of waves, Jan Malcolm said.

covid-19, coronavirus

Wisconsin reports record 104 deaths from COVID-19 Tuesday

That's roughly 10% of the total in the nation in a 24-hour period.

Drywall

Husband and wife sentenced for fraud scheme through their drywall firm

The Annandale pair bilked an insurance company out of more than $300,000.

ambulance

4 pedestrians suffer life-threatening injuries after being struck by vehicle

Two vehicles crashed into a car that was on the side of the road after striking a deer.

Marcus Carr

Gophers season preview: New lineup, deeper bench, more questions

Mathew Goldstein takes a deep dive into the murky waters of the college hoops season.

20201107_vivir-1151-Edit

Photos: ViV!R, Minneapolis' new Mexican cafe and shop, is now open

The team behind the acclaimed Popol Vuh have opened the cafe in the same space.

MasklessJudgesinWiscoyTownship

At Wiscoy Township's sole precinct, election judges ditched masks

Voter and Wiscoy resident Kaitlyn O'Connor took a photo of the judges after asking them to wear masks, she said

Related