Missing teen could be headed for southern WV


A pair of teens who have been missing since Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017 are the subjects of a search.  Victor Hash, 13, and Natalie Thomas, 16, left a home in Mineral County, WV that is run by Burlington United Methodist Family Services.

According to the Monroe County Sheriff Sean Crosier said Hash may be traveling to Wyoming County.  Hash is believed to have family in the Pineville area.

Victor Hash stands 5-feet 5-inches tall and weighs between 115 and 130 pounds.  He has blonde hair and was last seen wearing a blue shirt, black jeans and no shoes.  He has bar piercings and arm tattoos.  

Natalie Thomas disappeared at the same time as Victor Hash did, however there is no word on where she may have gone. There is also no description for her available.  59News has reached out to the Mineral County sheriff for more details.

Anyone with information on either of the teens’ locations is asked to contact 911 or CrimeStoppers of West Virginia at 304-255-STOP (7867),  Tips can also be left anonymously online at the CrimeStoppers web site or by using the P3 Tips App on a smart phone or mobile device.

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