Amanda "Mandy" Nicole Crabb, 17, of Union City and Livermore has been missing from the Los Angeles area since last week, according to her father Tony Crabb.
Mandy was last seen at a treatment facility in Van Nuys on March 17.
Tony Crabb of Livermore, said his daughter, Mandy, left the facility in Los Angeles with another girl, who was from Compton. Crabb says the facility reported Mandy as missing to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Los Angeles Police officials confirmed on Wednesday that Mandy is listed as a missing juvenile.
Crabb says his daughter is listed as an "at risk" missing juvenile because she takes medication for a medical issue.
"I am not sure if Mandy will come back up this way or not," he said. "Her friends are up here and she has no friends down there that I know of."
Crabb says the family has been making pleas via social media to help spread the word about finding Mandy. He is hoping everyone in the Bay Area and in Los Angeles will help look for his daughter.
According to Crabb, Mandy was born and raised in Livermore, attending East Avenue Middle School and Livermore High School during her freshman year, until she and her mother moved to Union City, where she attended James Logan High School and eventually Conley-Caraballo High in Hayward.
Mandy is a white female with blond hair, green eyes and has a small scar on her lip and nose. She weighs about 140 pounds and is about 5'6. Mandy's date of birth is August 3, 1995.
Mandy is listed on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children database.
If you know of Mandy's whereabouts, her family is asking that you call the Livermore Police Department at 925-371-4900, the Los Angeles Police Department at 1-877-275-5273 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.
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