Missing, endangered teenage Trimble girl found

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Police in Trimble are looking for missing girl Madyson Willey, who was last seen in Trimble on February 23.

Police in Trimble are looking for missing girl Madyson Willey, who was last seen in Trimble on February 23.

Update from news release:  Madyson Willey has been found safe. With the combined efforts of Trimble Missouri Police Department, Clinton County Sheriffs Office, Belton Missouri Police Department, Missouri Highway Patrol and others, we were able to find her. We want to extend a very special thank you to two great young citizens for helping us, their assistance was truly helpful.

TRIMBLE, Mo. — Police are looking for 13-year-old Madyson Willey and concerned for her well-being. Trimble police say she is a missing and endangered runaway who was last seen in the Raymore and Belton area late Monday night.

Madyson is a white girl who is 5 feet and 2 inches tall, and weighs 106 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes; it’s unknown what clothing she was wearing when last seen.

If you see her, contact the Trimble Police Department at (816) 357-2397 or the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department at (816) 539-2156. Trimble is about 30 miles north of Kansas City on 169 Highway, near the northwestern portion of Smithville Lake.

Police said Willey lived in the Belton and Raymore area and might attempt to contact friends through social media. Police said they are unsure how she is getting around and who she might be with.