Police and a distraught family need help finding a missing teenager.Joniah Walker, 15, disappeared on June 23 when her mother says she left home and never returned. Surveillance footage from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) shows the teen walking away from home that day near East Reservoir Avenue and North Hubbard Street carrying a large backpack. In the video, she is wearing a green Adidas T-shirt and carrying a large green hiking backpack.Walker’s mother, Tanesha Howard, tells WISN 12 News that she went door to door searching for any surveillance footage that may clue her in on why her daughter left home. Howard said her daughter suffers from depression and PTSD, is shy and likely in a vulnerable state.”Joniyah, call me. Call your dad. Let us know you’re safe. Call Sean. Call Ashanti. Call someone, let us know you’re safe,” Howard said. According to the NCMEC, Walker may still be in Wisconsin and could be in Milwaukee or the surrounding areas. The NCMES said is also possible that Walker may travel to other areas in the state. Information from the NCMEC said Walker is 5 feet, 3 inches and 120 pounds. She is a Black female with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police Department at 414-933-4444 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

Police and a distraught family need help finding a missing teenager.

Joniah Walker, 15, disappeared on June 23 when her mother says she left home and never returned.

Surveillance footage from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) shows the teen walking away from home that day near East Reservoir Avenue and North Hubbard Street carrying a large backpack.

In the video, she is wearing a green Adidas T-shirt and carrying a large green hiking backpack.

Walker’s mother, Tanesha Howard, tells WISN 12 News that she went door to door searching for any surveillance footage that may clue her in on why her daughter left home. Howard said her daughter suffers from depression and PTSD, is shy and likely in a vulnerable state.

“Joniyah, call me. Call your dad. Let us know you’re safe. Call Sean. Call Ashanti. Call someone, let us know you’re safe,” Howard said.

According to the NCMEC, Walker may still be in Wisconsin and could be in Milwaukee or the surrounding areas. The NCMES said is also possible that Walker may travel to other areas in the state. Information from the NCMEC said Walker is 5 feet, 3 inches and 120 pounds. She is a Black female with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police Department at 414-933-4444 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

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