Today marks day 6 since 17-year-old Autumn Sanville of Weathersville, Vermont went missing from a family friend’s home.
It was the morning of Thursday October 6th around 7:10am when she was last seen and did not go to school that day. According to state police her car was later found near the Springfield, Vermont boat launch, but she was not in her vehicle, her cell phone is no longer receiving signal as well. A construction worker who was at the boat launch did report seeing her, but no further information was given.
Autumn was last seen wearing a black and white plaid shirt, black hooded jacket, jeans, and dark brown boots. Sanville’s family started a Facebook page called, Help Find Autumn Sanville, which has received over fourteen hundred likes in the four days since it was started. Autumn’s mother told YCN exclusively “The search [for Autumn] is going slow, there’s not much to go on and little to no leads. We just want her to return home safely. She has not been on social media or her phone and this is so unlike her.”
If anyone has information, you are urged to call Vermont State Police at 1.802.722.4600, anonymous tips are encouraged.