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Kenyetta Clark

Valerie Tate, daughter of missing 15-year-old Kenyetta Clark, shared her heartbreaking story on “NewsOne Now.” Tate says Kenyatta was last seen leaving a skate party on Dec. 26. In the days following, Kenyetta’s Facebook page has been deleted, which is odd, since her mother said she is very active on the social network. Tate explains that her daughter’s behavior prior to going missing was unlike the teen.

Kenyetta Clark

“That Saturday morning she called me at 7 a.m.,” Tate said, “which was unusual because she can’t even get up for school. I’ve never known her to get up at 7 a.m., and it was strange, but she was fine.”

Listen to her mother’s story below.

Tate urges anyone with information to call (877) 373-9766.

Be sure to tune in to NewsOne Now with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST.

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