HIGHLAND COUNTY, Ohio — UPDATE: Authorities say that Bell has been found safe.
An Ohio teen has been missing since May 17 when she left her home in Greenfield to go to a tanning salon and never came home.
Madison Bell, 18, never came back home according to her parents. Her car was found a couple hours later at the Good Shepherd church in Greenfield, which is in Southern Ohio.
Bell is described as having brown hair and brown eyes, with gray contact lenses, a cross tattoo on her neck and a ghost tattoo on her side.
According to a post shared by the National Center for Missing and Endangered, her phone was pinged for a location and it was found inside her abandoned car with the keys still inside.
Police said she may be traveling in a white 4-door Nissan sedan with California license plates.
Anyone with information on the missing teen is asked to contact the Highland County Sheriff's office at 937-393-1421.
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