Forest Park looking for missing girl

From Staff Reports

The city of Forest Park Department of Police Services is requesting the assistance of the public to locate an endangered runaway 16-year-old girl.

Bobbie Suzanne Willis left her home in Forest Park on Aug. 8 of her own accord, according to Forest Park Police Capt. Chris Matson. Her parents have not spoken with her since that date.

Detectives have actively been attempting to locate Willis and are very concerned about her health. Willis is on a number of medications that she needs on a daily basis.

Witnesses have reported that Willis has been observed in the Atlanta area and may be going by a nickname "the brat."

Detectives believe that due to Willis' age, medical condition, and lack of contact with her parents, that the child may be in danger. Willis is white, 5-feet 1-inch tall and is approximately 160 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes, a scar on her left forearm and a scar on her ankle. She has three moles on the base of her neck.

Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Bobbie Suzanne Willis please contact Det. A. Cruz with the Forest Park Police Department at (404) 608-2366.