Missing 13-year-old girl found and reunited with family

Hayleigh M. Grogan went missing on May 22 and was found after multiple days of searching.

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 9:58am
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UPDATE: Missing Juvenile has been found and reunited with her family. The Bothell Police Department thanked everyone for their assistance in locating Hayleigh Grogan.

Bothell Police detectives asked for help last week in locating a missing 13-year-old girl.

Hayleigh M. Grogan was last seen by her family on the morning of May 22 at her residence in the 18100 block of 126 Ave. Northeast, Bothell.

The family is deeply concerned as this is not normal behavior for Hayleigh. She is homeschooled and does not have any friends that the parents are aware of.

Hayleigh is described as a mixed-race female, 5’7” tall, 113 lbs., with brown eyes and black hair. Hayleigh was last seen wearing a black and white plaid shirt, black pants and black shoes.

If you have any information that could help detectives locate Hayleigh M. Grogan, please call the Bothell Police Department at 425-486-1254 and refer to Case #18-11601. Anonymous tips may also be left by calling the Bothell Police Department’s tip line at 425-487-5551.

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