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A Girl From Chandler is Missing and Cops Want Your Help Finding Her

A 14-year-old Chandler girl's been missing since Monday and the Chandler Police Department wants you to help find her.Gabrielle Lacy was last seen on Monday afternoon in the 600 block of West Oakland Street in Chandler.Lacy also goes by the name "Keyshia" and police believe she is a runaway.Chandler Detective...

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A 14-year-old Chandler girl's been missing since Monday and the Chandler Police Department wants you to help find her.

Gabrielle Lacy was last seen on Monday afternoon in the 600 block of West Oakland Street in Chandler.

Lacy also goes by the name "Keyshia" and police believe she is a runaway.

Chandler Detective Frank Mendoza says information received from her father suggest she may be somewhere in North West Phoenix -- a recent hotbed for prostitution.


Mendoza says police don't suspect the girl is involved in prostitution but say she doesn't have any family in that area.

"She's definitely a runaway and we're just trying to get her home," Mendoza says.

Lacy is described as a black female, 5-foot-7, 185 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a brown tee-shirt and grey stretch pants.

Anyone with information is asked to call Chandler police at 480-782-4130 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. 

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