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The Iowa City Police Department is looking for a 10-year-old girl who went missing on Wednesday.

Sarah Flournoy’s mother said she ran from her residence in the 2500 block of Mossy Glen Ct. on the west side of Iowa City, and she was last seen running behind the Kum and Go on Mormon Trek Blvd.

Flournoy is African American with black, shoulder-length braided hair and brown eyes. She is four-feet, two-inches, weighing about 100 pounds., and was last seen wearing a white shirt and red pants.

Police request the public call 911 if they see a child matching Flournoy’s description.

— Brooklyn Draisey

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