Missing Suffolk teen found alive, in Wisconsin

Sanise Diamonique Hall was found safe after missing for more than a month.

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – A 14-year-old girl who had been missing for more than a month was found in Wisconsin, according to police.

Sanise Diamonique Hall went missing on Sunday, August 16. In a release, Suffolk police said the teen was safely located Thursday afternoon.

Suffolk Police are working with the FBI on this investigation. They have not said who Hall was with or where in Wisconsin she was found.

Hall’s mother Denise Allen shared the following statement with 10 On Your Side Thursday night:

All I can say is TEAMWORK! Suffolk Police Department detectives (Det. Faubion and Det. Linville), my husband and I, Sanise’s father, Save the Next Girl organizer Kenny Jarrell, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, The Polly Klaas Organization, continuous prayers from family, friends, colleagues, strangers near and far, Social media sharing and liking the posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) ALL played a significant part in working together to support the effort in finding Sanise. Overall, my belief and faith in God has helped me to weather this storm.

Last month Allen told WAVY she believed her daughter had been lured out of the home in hopes of being a model. Police have not released why Hall left home.

Stay with WAVY.com for updates on this developing story.

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