Missing Berea teen may be trafficking victim

Posted at 4:25 PM, May 23, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-24 06:27:47-04

A Berea teen went missing on February 13 and now police fear she may be a victim of human trafficking

Berea police initially considered Savana Dulaney, 17, an endangered runaway. Now her missing person flier has an added line that reads, "possibly involved in human trafficking in Cleveland or Warrensville Heights hotels."
When she went missing, Dulaney was described as a 5 foot 4 black teen, weighing 161 pounds with brown hair and black eyes. She has pierced ears and was last seen wearing all black clothing. She was last seen leaving her Front St. foster home in Berea. 
Her foster mother told reporter Homa Bash she hasn't seen or heard from Dulaney in months and was shocked to hear police believe she may be a victim of trafficking. 
Berea police ask anyone with information on Dulaney to call the department at (440) 826-5870 or to call Detective Holmes at (440) 826-5848.