The Greenfield community is looking for clues into the disappearance of a McClain High School senior, who failed to show up for an appointment Sunday. The Highland County Sheriff along with Greenfield Police, are looking for information into the whereabouts of 18-year-old Madison Bell.
According to a family members Facebook post, Madison was last seen by by her mother, just before leaving home at approximately 10am Sunday to go tanning at the Country Corner Market. The teen never made it to her appointment and her car was later found at the Good Shepherd Church located off State Route 28 in close proximity to the Corner Market. Her car was unlocked, windows up, and keys in the ignition and her phone was laying in the car.
The Facebook post continued by saying that a couple of people saw a tall white male approx late 20’s to early 30’s who was in the church parking lot before 10am with a white car (They think Nissan but that’s not confirmed yet). He had a polo shirt and the car had California license plates according to witnesses. The car was traveling towards Leesburg area as it pulled out.
Her mother says this is not typical of her daughter- to be away for any length of time without contacting her.
Madison Bell is described as a white female with shoulder length dark hair, brown eyes, standing 5’6 and weighing between 120-125 pounds. She also has a cross tattoo on her neck and a ghost tattoo on side.
If anyone knows of her whereabouts, they should contact the Highland County Sheriff at (937) 393-1421.