Ashayla Woodson: Where Is Missing Petersburg Teen? She Missed Classes At School Police Say


Ashayla Woodson is missing, and Petersburg Police want everyone to be on the look out for her. Ashayla Woodson is a 14-year-old student at Vernon Johns Middle School. Authorities say she never arrived at her Tuesday morning classes on September 5.

Ashayla Woodson was last seen on Monday, September 4, between 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., at her 641 Cottonwood Drive home in Petersburg, Virginia, according to WRIC.



[Woodson Family Poster]


Law enforcement officials have not said whether they believe this is an abduction or a runaway case. Ashayla Woodson disappeared on a previous occasion and was located. Ashayla Woodson is a black female with brown hair and brown eyes and a light brown complexion. She stands 5 feet one inch tall and weighs approximately 120 pounds.


Worried family members have placed some of the information about Ashayla Woodson’s disappearance on Facebook, where they are pleading for her to come home and to get in touch with them.



“Praying for my niece. Go home Ashayla. Please go home. Please call your family. You can call me, call your dad, call your mom. You see her call Petersburg Police.”

“My niece been missing for 3 days. Anyone see her please call the Petersburg Police.”


Missing:We are asking the public to assist in helping to find this missing juvenile and get her home to her…

Posted by Petersburg Bureau of Police on Wednesday, September 6, 2017


If anyone knows what happened to Ashayla Woodson, please call Petersburg Police at 804-732-4222. Check back as we update this story. TV Crime Sky recently profiled the case of Sebastian Kelley. He is still missing.




[Main Image via Petersburg Police]

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