VCSO: Deputies searching for 17-year-old runaway near Deltona

Charise Torres, 17, of Enterprise, reported as a runaway / Headline Surfer®Teen girl hasn't been seen or heard from since Saturday

Photo for Headline Surfer® / If you see this girl, 17-year-old Charise Torres, reported missing from a children's home in Enterprise since Saturday, please call the Volusia County Sheriff's Office at 386-689-2830.
 

ENTERPRISE, Fla. -- The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding 17-year-old runaway Charise Torres.

Charise took off on Saturday night from the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home in Enterprise and hasn't been seen or heard from since by her caregivers, authorities said.

"While she isn’t believed to be in any danger, Charise is on medication for a diagnosed medical condition," Sheriff's spokesman Gary Davidson told Headline Surfer® on Tuesday. "Because of her condition, authorities are anxious to find Charise to make sure she’s O.K. and receives necessary medical care."

"While she isn’t believed to be in any danger, Charise is on medication for a diagnosed medical condition," Sheriff's spokesman Gary Davidson told Headline Surfer® on Tuesday. "Because of her condition, authorities are anxious to find Charise to make sure she’s O.K. and receives necessary medical care."

Charise Torres is described as 5 feet 4 and weighs 145 pounds. She has black hair with red dye streaks on the sides and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees Charise or has information about her whereabouts is asked to please call the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office at 386-736-5999.

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