FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) - Fishers Police continue to take dozens of tips and calls in the disappearance of a teen who was last seen early Thursday morning.
Investigators say 18-year-old Peyton Riekhof is well known in the Fishers community and that it's strange no one knows where she is.
Fishers Police issued a Statewide Silver Alert Friday evening and are hoping it will help them track down where Riekhof is.
Officers say Riekhof mysteriously disappeared early Thursday morning. She was last seen in the area of Fall Creek Road and Brooks School Road.
"We are very concerned. Her family and friends are looking for her. This is very unlike her to go without any contact from family and friends for this length of time," said Public Information Officer Tom Weger.
Investigators released surveillance from a gas station at 96th Street and Olio Road. Police said she stopped at the Shell Station to get fuel around 2:01 a.m.
About 50 minutes later her friend reported her missing.
"Around 3 o'clock in the a.m. is when he reported that she had left his residence and she was upset at the time," Officer Weger said.
Police said they don't suspect foul play. They also said Riekhof had a cell phone and debit card on her when she disappeared.
"She used the debit card to purchase gas at the gas station and at this time there's been no further activity on her cell phone or credit card," said Officer Weger.
Riekhof recently graduated from Hamilton Southeastern High School. Investigators said she's scheduled to enroll as a Freshman at University of Kansas this fall.
Peyton is described as a 5-foot-8 white woman weighing approximately 140 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink tank top and black yoga pants
Police said she was last seen driving a black 2006 Mercury Mariner with IN plate SGC405. The license plate on her SUV has a University of Kansas frame. There is also a Jayhawks sticker on the rear window.
Anyone who may have information on this case is asked to contact their local police department.
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