Keep Your Eyes Open Montana. Have You Seen This Missing UT Teen?
As I write this post, it makes my heart incredibly sad. I have a teenager myself and can not even come close to imagining how the Palm Family is feeling right now.
This is Lexi. She is 16 years old and she is missing from Utah. With all of the travel through the state of Montana and having one of the busiest interstates in the United States, we all need to be on the lookout. Keep our eyes open, talk to your teenagers, check social media, and let's get this family some answers. The more eyes we have to look, the more answers can be found.
Lexi's dad made this comment on the Official "Bring Lexi Home" Facebook page:
Our 16 year-old daughter Lexi Palm ran away on April 30th. She went to work at 8:00 am. She was distraught because she was grounded when we found a vape. She left work at 11:00 am before her shift noting her little brother was in the hospital.Lexi was clearly emotional and threw her phone, ID, $50 gift card, and debit card into a Denny’s parking lot. She would never throw these items out unless she was at her breaking point.We are so scared of what she may have done. She has not been seen since. Not found on cameras, not license plate hits, no reasonable sitings.Lexi has only the clothes on her back and no money, no food, minimal gas, no water. She has not gone to any friends place. We are thinking the worst as we sit at day three.We have exhausted almost all options but need your help bringing her home. Lexi was very familiar with the Oquirrh mountain canyons including Bates, Soldier, and Jacobs city and all others in between. We don’t think she’d be in Middle canyon or Settlement because the booth workers didn’t see her come through.- Robert Palm Bring Lexi Home Facebook Page
This is the vehicle Lexi was last seen driving. The license plate is below. Hopefully, we can get a hit on the plate.
If you are traveling, hiking, shopping, whatever it may be, keep your eyes open for Lexi Palm. Her family, friends, community, and surrounding states are all looking for her safe return.
If you have friends in Utah please share this as many times as you can until we have answers and Lexi back home where she belongs.