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State, E.P. police continue quest to find missing teen

Female, 16-year-old has been missing for some three weeks

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EAST PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island State Police and East Providence Police Department continue to seek the public’s assistance in locating a missing city teen.

Marissa St. Angelo, 16, of Rumford, was last scene on August 9. She had just turned 16 about six weeks prior to going missing.

St. Angelo is described as 5-feet-2, 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information St. Angelo, please call 911 or the East Providence Police at 401-435-7600.

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