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The Daily Iowan

The independent newspaper of the University of Iowa community since 1868

The Daily Iowan

The independent newspaper of the University of Iowa community since 1868

The Daily Iowan

Iowa City police locate missing 14-year-old

Aniyah Sykes did not meet her mother at a bus stop on Friday. By Monday, the teen was located.
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Aniyah Sykes, 14, who was reported missing by the Iowa City Police Department on Saturday has been located. Police did not provide any additional information.

Sykes was supposed to meet her mother at a bus stop located at 1720 Waterfront Drive on Friday and never showed up. 

Anyone with information on Sykes’ disappearance is asked to contact the Joint Communications Center at (319) 356-6800. 

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Jack Moore, News Editor
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Jack Moore is a second-year student at the University of Iowa majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication. He is from Cedar Rapids Iowa. Along with working at The Daily Iowan, Jack works for the University of Iowa's UI-REACH program as a Resident Assistant. UI-REACH is a program for students with learning, cognitive, and behavioral disabilities intended to provide support to these students throughout their college experience. Additionally, Jack is involved in Iowa City's live music scene as he plays bass for local Iowa City band "Two Canes."