“Major Investigative Unit” looking for missing Marshall teen

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MARSHALL, Mich. — FOX 17 has learned the Michigan State Police and FBI are now involved in the search for a missing Marshall teen.

Hannah Marie Amaro, 14, went missing Saturday. Police say she has not had any contact with friends or family.

Her family believes she might have gotten into a truck with a man named Vic. Family members say he is from Georgia and the pair met on a dating site.

FOX 17 photographer Chris Sage learned from the director of public safety, Jim Swartz, that the Major Investigative Unit is now involved in Amaro’s search.

The unit consists of the Marshall Police Department, the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department, the state police and the FBI.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited children says “Hannah may be with a male companion.”

Investigators say a press conference is tentatively scheduled at 3 p.m.

She is described as a white female standing 5’3″ and weighing 130 pounds, with brown hair with red and blue stripes, and hazel eyes. Family members say she looks more Hispanic and is closer to 180 pounds and she looks older.

Anyone with any information about Hannah Marie Amaro is being asked to call 911.

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