isha-grier-missing-michiganMichigan State Police are asking the public for help locating a teen who went missing after going meeting an adult man she had met on the Internet.

Family members last seen 15-year-old Isha Grier on February 26, 2013 leaving their Capac home to head to Crossroads Alternative School, where she was a student. She hasn’t made contact with her mother or sisters which is highly unusual.

According to MSPD, the unidentified man met up with Grier and took her to a Roseville motel. Police became aware of this after checking her Facebook account which shows no activity since February 26th, the day she was last seen.

Michigan State Police Detective Patrick Young told the Macomb Daily that she was ‘hooking up with an adult male on Facebook and doesn’t own a phone’ .

A witness claims to have seen Grier on the Morning of February 27th in her hometown of Capac. The witness sighting isn’t confirmed however, and if it was the missing teen then that was the last known sighting.

According to police, Grier attended Mount Clemens highschool prior to switching to Crossroads. Her Facebook account still shows her listed as attending Mt. Clemens. She may have contact in that area. Alot of her activity is set to private but photos are made public and the last known photos she uploaded were that of an unidentified infant.

The photo above is Isha Grier’s default photo on Facebook. The photo below is another picture which shows the teen without makeup and with her hair up in a pony-tail.

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  • Full Name: Isha Grier (although some reports have her name spelt Isha Greir)
  • Missing Date: 02/26/13
  • Missing From:
  • Capac
  • Mussey Township
  • St. Clair County, MI
  • Age: 15
  • Race: Black Sex: Female
  • Height: 5’5″
  • Weight: 150 pounds
  • Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
  • Clothing: She was last seen wearing a black shirt with a plaid jacket and black and white zebra-striped pants.

If you have any information regarding this case you’re urged to please contact:
Michigan State Police Department (586) 615-1359.