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Kristian Faith Stout, 18-Year-Old Hollister "Model," Missing For Nearly Two Weeks. Family Suspects Foul Play

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An 18-year-old Phoenix woman -- who claims on her Facebook page to be a clothing model -- has been missing for nearly two weeks, and her family suspects foul play.

Kristian Faith Stout, a.k.a. Kristian Ward, was last seen on May 27, leaving her job at the Paradise Valley Mall, where she went to pick up her paycheck.

Phoenix police say Stout didn't pack any of her belongings when she disappeared, and has a 2-year-old son who's been in the custody of her parents since her disappearance.

According to her Facebook page, Stout attended Santa Fe College, and has worked at a Hollister clothing store as a "model" since last month.

Attempts to reach her parents this afternoon were unsuccessful, but they tell Fox News they can't imagine their daughter would run away.

"Somebody's taken her," Stephen Ward, Stout's step-father, tells Fox. "This is not a runaway kid. She's been grabbed, disappeared off the face of the Earth."

Stout is described as 5-foot-5, 125 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She has pierced ears, including an extra piercing at the top of her left ear.

Anyone with information regarding Stout should contact the Phoenix Police Department's Missing Persons Unit at 602-534-2121 or 602-262-6141.

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