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Where is Bahia Bisharat?

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Eighteen-year-old Bahia Bisharat was last seen on March 19 and has made no contact with her friends or family since then. A student at St. Charles Community College in Dardene Prairie, on the outskirts of St. Louis, Missouri, Bahia failed to attend any classes the day she disappeared, though she was seen inside a campus building and her car was found unlocked, in the college parking lot. What happened to the teen?

There are no signs of foul play or any criminal activity, meaning it is possible that she just walked away. However, her father, Muawia Bisharat, seems to disagree, saying ""She didn't take anything with her. Her money is in her drawer. She left everything, including her jewelry and clothing. It was a normal day when she left." She also doesn't have a cell phone or any credit cards, both of which would have been useful to track her whereabouts on the day she disappeared.

Did Bahia just take off for a few days, like young people do? Maybe she just wanted some space. However, it remains possible that something bad has happened. Either way, she needs to be located. She is 5'10", 140 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. If you see her or have any information about her whereabouts, call St. Charles Sheriff's Department at 636-949-0809. Hopefully she was just being young and wanting some freedom and will return home soon.



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