Michigan police are looking for the killer of a 14-year-old girl who disappeared while she was walking her dog in Armada last week.
The body of April Millsap was found in a drainage ditch by two joggers on Thursday.
Police say a possible clue in her murder was a text to her boyfriend the night she was killed.
"Omg. ... I think I'm being kidnapped," said the text, according to MLive.
"We're especially interested in any information from anyone who was on the trail between 6:20 and 8:20 p.m. Even the smallest bit of information could be helpful,” Armada police Chief Howard Smith said.
Authorities released a sketch of a tall while male they are calling a “person of interest” in the homicide. Police say the man was seen in the area around the time April disappeared.
"If it looks like anyone you might know or see, please call us," Smith said.
Here is the sketch:
Two vehicles are also of interest in the case: a gray, painter's-type van that had many dents in it and two white males inside, and a young male rider on a small-capacity blue and white motorcycle.
About 300 people attended a vigil for April Saturday night outside St. Mary Mystical Rose Church. She had just graduated from Amarda Middle School and was going to start high school in the fall, MLive reports.
“I’m just existing. I’m just numb,” the girl’s mother, 43-year-old Jennifer Millsap, told the Detroit Free Press on Monday.
"We're at a loss," her grandfather, Dennis Levans, told the Free Press in a phone interview. "She was just a beautiful young lady."
Image screenshot: WXYZ-TV Detroit / Channel 7