Deputies Searching for Runaway Teen Missing for 11 Days

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is still searching for a runaway teenager who has been missing for nearly two weeks.

In a Friday post on social media, a TCSO spokesperson said Dani Perez Gomez, 17, has not been seen since October 14th.

Gomez, whose disappearance is being considered as a runaway case, was last seen in the 2500 block of McFarland Boulevard in Northport, not far from the shopping center that houses the city’s Public Super Market and Hobby Lobby.

The Sheriff’s Office describes Gomez as five-feet tall weighing 140 pounds,

The missing teenager only speaks Spanish, deputies said, and may suffer from a condition that impairs his judgment.

Anyone with information about Gomez’s whereabouts should contact the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Department as soon as possible by calling 205-752-0616.

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