A candlelight vigil will be held on Wednesday December 17th at 7:00 PM in the middle of the Ashland Plaza in downtown Ashland. The community is invited to come together and shine some light for 17 year old Hannah Thomas-Garner who has been missing since November 29. Candles will be provided.
On the evening of November 29th, seventeen year old Hannah Thomas-Garner left home, stopped at a high school party that was being held near mile marker 13 on Dead Indian Memorial Road in Ashland, Oregon and went missing. Her damaged vehicle was found on December 1st in Mt. Shasta City, California.
The Ashland Police Department reported that Thomas-Garner planned to run away with two other girls. A credible witness reported to Law Enforcement that he picked up Hannah on Interstate 5 South at 10AM on 12/01/14 in the Mt. Shasta Area and gave Hannah a ride to a nearby coffee shop in Dunsmuir California. Hannah was reported to be healthy, in good spirits and traveling south to the Fresno area or somewhere warm. A second witness reported seeing a girl matching Hannah’s description hitchhiking on Interstate 5 South at 11AM in the Dunsmuir area.
There have been several possible sightings of Hannah in communities throughout Northern California (Dunsmuir, Mt. Shasta City and Red Bluff), but nothing since early December.
Hannah is 5-feet 6” tall, weighs 137 pounds and has blonde hair and blue eyes.
There is a Facebook page BringHannahHome and on Twitter #BringHannahHome #HannahThomasGarner.
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