The search continues for a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen Thursday leaving her middle school in northwest Oklahoma City.
Keionne Jackson was attending her second day of seventh grade at Taft Middle School. Her older sister, Jasmine, dropped her off that morning and she was expected to ride the bus home.
Jasmine said she knew buses would be running late because of drivers being out. However, about 5:30 p.m., there was still no sign of Keionne and that’s when Jasmine called the school.
"When the bus barn told me, 'we don’t have her, she never got on the bus,'" said Jasmine Jackson, her older sister. "I’m like, 'oh my gosh,' because by now it’s 6 o’clock, and now, it’s dark and it’s freezing."
Jackson started thinking of all the possibilities of where she might be and called police.
"Did someone pick her up? Is this a predator situation?" said Jackson. "You think of all the worse things you can think of."
Jackson said the assistant principal of the school told her Keionne was seen leaving after her last class, but said she didn’t go to the bus stop. Instead, she walked out the front door.
"She went left out of the front doors, and after that, they couldn’t locate her on the camera anymore," said Jackson.
Keionne was last seen wearing khaki pants, a red Taft Middle School T-shirt, with a black Nike zip up jacket. Jackson said she never suspected anything out of the ordinary and said Keionne has never ran away from home before.
If you have any information on this case or know where Keionne might be, you’re asked to call the police.