Missing: Cleveland Police Seek Help From the Public to Find 12-Year-Old Girl

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CLEVELAND - Still no sign of a missing 12-year-old girl from the city's East side and Cleveland police is seeking the public's help in locating her.

Cayla Bolton was reported missing by her mother, Tonae Bolton, on Wednesday, May 5th.

Cayla is known to frequent the East High and Glenville neighborhoods. She is described as a black female 5'1", 100 lbs., black hair and brown eyes.

Cayla is currently being treated for a bi-polar disorder and depression.

Cleveland Police learned of Cayla's missing status on May 5th, when her mother notified police that Cayla was under home detention and left home without permission.

She is concerned that Cayla has not taken her medication for her bi-polar disorder and depression for nearly two weeks.

Numerous checks with friends and neighbors as well as area hospitals, schools and recreation centers have failed to turn up any signs of Cayla.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Cayla Bolton is asked to call the Cleveland Division of Police Fifth District Detective Bureau by phoning 216.623.5518.

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