Officials Search For Runaway 16-Year-Old

Posted at 4:40 PM, Apr 07, 2016

Officials have asked for the public’s help finding a runaway teenager.

Those with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said 16-year-old Ashley Faith Suiter was last seen around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday at her home on Hand Drive.

Authorities confirmed she left her house shortly thereafter and had not been seen since.

Suiter was described as a white female, standing around 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighing approximately 130 pounds. She has long light brown hair with blonde highlights.

Officials said she was last seen wearing black capris pants with a camo and red shirt with a deer on it.

According to reports, Suiter recently moved to Tennessee from Alabama with her family.

Authorities said she’s an honor student and cheerleader, as well as a member of the Beta Club, Science Club, and softball team.

Offiicals said Suiter may be traveling with 19-year-old Jacob Kyle Long.

He was described as a white male, standing 5 feet 8 inches tall with blonde hair and blue eyes.

“I just want Ashley to know we are not mad at her. We miss her, her four sisters miss her, and we just want you home safe,” said Ashley’s mother, Danielle Davidson.

Anyone with information has been urged to call Investigator Casey Bohn at 931-648-0611, ext.13409 or the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama at 256-574-2610.