Twitch streamer Mikey Perk begs for help to find missing daughter Sarah Nicole Perkins, 17

Mike Perkins, who is known as Mikey Perk on Twitch, asked over 5,000 followers on Twitch for help in looking for his missing daughter Sarah Nicole Perkins


                            Twitch streamer Mikey Perk begs for help to find missing daughter Sarah Nicole Perkins, 17
Sarah was last seen at home on Friday at around 9 pm, as per investigators, in the Franklin, Ohio, area. Police have classified Sarah as a 'runaway' (YouTube and Twitter/ mikeyperk)

WARREN COUNTY, OHIO: A 17-year-old Carlisle girl has been missing, police have reportedly said, since Friday, June 25. And Sarah Nicole Perkins' father Mike Perkins has taken it upon himself to spread the word about her disappearance

Sarah was last seen at home Friday at around 9 pm, as per investigators, in the Franklin, Ohio, area. And as the police are looking for the missing 17-year-old girl, her father is also making desperate pleas on social media. Mike, who is known as Mikey Perk on Twitch, has asked over 5,000 followers on the streaming platform for help. In addition to that, he also constantly keeps his 29.3K Twitter followers updated. 

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"Final update for tonight Sarah is still missing. Many Ohio police departments are looking for her I'm exhausted, confused, angry, sad, lost and just want my daughter home I apologize if I haven't been able to get back to everyone. Thank you for all the love and support!" he tweeted on June 27. 



 

Perkins reportedly added that Sarah’s phone appears to be dead as he has been unable to contact her. He later tweeted that "she snuck out to go to a hotel with over age people (20-21). I found this out tracking down her other friends". 



 

The Carlisle Police Department released a statement to say Sarah was last seen at her residence at 9:30 pm and last spoken to at 11:30 pm. Authorities also released her physical description. Sarah is 5-feet, 2-inches tall, weighs 113 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo on her right arm of an infinity symbol and the words “Love You More," police said.



 

Carlisle Police Chief Will Rogers said his officers are following up on tips and have checked several locations, but have not located her. Police have classified Sarah as a "runaway," Rogers said.

"If you see her, please call the local authorities," Mike said in a YouTube video posted Sunday. "I just want my daughter back. I just want her safe."

On Monday, June 28, Mike said in another video that he had driven around for hours searching for her as many tips had come in. However, he broke down when he started talking about the backlash he started facing from trolls online. He said that the reason he was sharing so many updates about the situation was to have more people out there looking for Sarah. Many on social media had accused him of trying to gain clout. "Yesterday, I streamed and I received a lot of hate for me streaming," he shared. "I have driven myself into exhaustion trying to find my daughter. I've used every ounce of what I could do to find her and I don't care about the views. I just want my f***ing daughter back."



 

On Monday night, he shared a short video on Twitter in hopes that his daughter might see it and return, and that she doesn't have to worry about any repercussions. "This message is for my daughter, Sarah. Please come home. We want to listen to you. Understand what is wrong. We want you safe. If you have her or know where she is. Please, bring her home. Please..." he captioned the tweet. In the accompanying video, Mike said, "We just want you home. Everything can be worked out ... We want to listen to you. We want to understand what's going on. We love you. If you do have her, if you know where she's at, please help us."



 

The distraught father has requested people to use #FindSarah to spread awareness and information about his daughter. "This has been very emotional and very difficult," he said in a video. "Ultimately, I just want her to be home, I want her safe."

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