Police in Tonawanda are searching for a missing 16-year-old girl. Have you seen her?

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Tatiana VanVolkenburg has been missing for more than two weeks, since December 11. According to police, she was seen on December 19 in Buffalo's Riverside neighborhood. Tatiana has brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5 feet, 6 inches tall, and weighs approximately 120 pounds. If you have seen Tatiana, please call the City of Tonawanda Police Department at (716) 692-2121.

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In WNY, the Buffalo office of The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children aims to find missing children,

"The Buffalo Office is focused on Prevention Education. NCMEC provides abduction prevention and internet safety presentations for children ages 5-17. NCMEC Buffalo services schools, community centers, summer camps, churches all free of charge."

They distribute missing children posters, do community outreach, provide law enforcement training, and more. You can help find more missing children in New York by donating or you can contact them to find out about other ways to help by calling 716-842-6333.

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