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14-Year-Old Girl Missing Since Leaving School Friday

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Destiny Chase-Shim, 14, was last seen Friday with her friends at Upper Darby High School. Destiny Chase-Shim, 14, was last seen Friday with her friends at Upper Darby High School.
PHILADELPHIA -

A Montgomery County girl has been reported missing after leaving her suburban high school Friday morning.

Police say 14-year-old Destiny Chase-Shim's dad dropped her off at Upper Dublin High School. She was last seen with friends coming from the school around 9:50 a.m.

Destiny was wearing navy blue sweat pants and blue and white Nike sneakers with a waist-length brown coat. She had a pink book bag on. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds and with brown eyes and sandy-brown, shoulder-length hair.

The teen lives in Upper Dublin wither her mother. Her father lives in the Harrowgate section of Philadelphia.

If you see her or know where she may be, call police.

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