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Organization requests help to locate missing teen, believed to be in Charleston area

Sanaii Singleton was last seen on May 11, 2018 in Graniteville, SC (Source: CFSI) Sanaii Singleton was last seen on May 11, 2018 in Graniteville, SC (Source: CFSI)
Sanaii Singleton is 5 ft 2 in tall and weighs 120 pounds (Source: CFSI) Sanaii Singleton is 5 ft 2 in tall and weighs 120 pounds (Source: CFSI)
AIKEN, SC (WCSC) -

The Center for Search and Investigation for Missing Children is asking for the public’s help to find a missing Aiken County teen. 

Sanaii Singleton, 15, was last seen May 11 in Graniteville, SC.

She is believed to be in the Charleston area, according to CFSI spokesperson Lynn Johnson.

Singleton is described as being 5’ 2” tall, weighing 120 pounds. She has brown eyes and dark brown hair.  

Singleton also has a small scar on her face and a birthmark on her arm.

Anyone with information on Singleton’s location is urged to contact the Aiken County Sheriff Department at (803) 642-1793 or CFSI at (512) 887-3519.

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