VSP Looking for Missing Weathersfield Teen

sanvilleVermont State Police are actively looking for a Weathersfield, VT female identified as Autumn Sanville.  Autumn is 17 years old, 5’4, and weighs approximately 120 lbs.  She has long brown hair and green eyes.  Autumn was last seen in the Springfield, VT area in the early morning on October 7, 2016.  Autumn has not been seen or heard from since that time.  Anyone with information regarding Autumn’s whereabouts should contact the Vermont State Police at the Westminster Barracks  802-722-4600

2 thoughts on “VSP Looking for Missing Weathersfield Teen

  1. Suzanne atkins

    Hello, If this is not allowed please delete! I am a parent who almost lost my child to internet predators. My child will forever be a victim. Anything posted on the internet has a possibility to be there forever.After my child was victimized by people that had been met online, I looked online for help. I found little that was updated. You can say your child does not have a phone. You can even say you know your child’s passwords. Did you know most teens have mulitpul pages on such sites? When we were young and our parents said “no”, we still found away. It is much worse now.
    Any device can be used as a phone and have social media apps.A phone does not need service to it. The phone can be from anywhere! Everything can get deleted before you even know what they are up too. That was the case for me, I did not know what kik was. I regret everyday not being informed.
    Between “Cyber bullying”, “child pornography” and human trafficking our children are available 24 hours a day. If they are getting bullied at school the safety of home is no longer there. I started this page to help other parents, caregivers and grandparents a sounding board. It is a non judgmental and informative page for anyone who cares about the young people in our lives. Education is the key. The internet is constantly changing and so are the threats. Lets help each other keep current.We cannot make the internet a safe place, we can make our kids more internet safe.https://www.facebook.com/ICPofWisconsin/

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  2. Nichole Massey

    Thank you, Suzanne. I can not believe the cops are saying it isn’t suspicious. People needed to see what you wrote. It happens every day and young girls end up in some very bad places with very bad people. Again, thank you thank you thank you. Everyone who says it is not suspicious or serious needs to read this!!!!!!!!!! So many young girls get on those sites where rapist, sexual predators, abusers, and sick sick sick pedophiles are lurking for the perfect victim. Grown men posing as teenagers. I hope and pray she is found and is back home with her mom.

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