Mother seeks whereabouts of daughter seen in Bellevue area

Andrea 'Kalissa' Bryant, 14, of Bothell is being sought by her parents and is listed by the King County Sheriff's Office as a runaway. She was last reported to have been seen near Bellevue Square on Monday (Dec. 9).
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A Bothell mother is seeking the whereabouts of her 14-year-old daughter, who went missing Thursday and was last reported seen with an acquaintance in the Bellevue area.

Hillary Sibley describes her daughter, Andrea "Kalissa" Bryant, as developmentally delayed and possibly confused. She said her daughter was last reported around Bellevue Square this afternoon.

The King County Sheriff's Office states Bellevue Police responded, but were unable to locate the girl. The sheriff's office is treating Bryant as a runaway, and denies claims of a possible kidnapping.

"Our hearts go out to the parents of both of these young people, but this is not a kidnapping or anything nefarious that would elicit a more proactive involvement from any of the agencies involved," according to a statement from the KCSO.

Bryant is described as 5-foot-4-inches tall, 105 pounds with dyed-red hair. She was last seen wearing jeans and a red ski jacket with white markings.


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