Kenai teen not with suspected student

  • By Kelly Sullivan
  • Friday, November 13, 2015 7:32pm
  • News

Breana Parmer, a reported runaway from Kenai, is no longer presumed to be traveling with a previously suspected student, troopers said Friday.

Captain Andy Greenstreet, commander of the Alaska State Troopers E Detachment, said he would not release the other student’s name or any information indicating who it may have been.

“There is no further indication that she is with another student,” Greenstreet said.

He said there is also no evidence to believe she is alone.

Troopers have been searching local residences and following any leads that present themselves, Greenstreet said. He said troopers are not aware of any other objects or identifiers Parmer may have on her person other than the clothing she was last seen in.

Parmer, 15, was last seen wearing blue jeans and a thin zip-up sweatshirt. She has red hair and green eyes and was reported as a runaway on Nov. 4.

Greenstreet said troopers have been in close contact with Parmer’s family throughout the investigation.

“The bottom line is that it is still active and we are following up on leads as they present themselves,” Greenstreet said. “We have been in touch with the family trying to coordinate our efforts.”

Reach Kelly Sullivan at kelly.sullivan@peninsulaclarion.com

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