Police Search For Missing 15-Year-Old Wyandotte Girl

WYANDOTTE (WWJ) – Police are looking for a 15-year-old Wyandotte girl who went missing after an argument with her grandfather last weekend.

Family members say Zoie Rayne Mulheisen was last seen around 10 p.m. Saturday when she left her grandparents’ house on 16th Street, near Pennsylvania Road, on a blue and white beach cruiser bicycle.

Mulheisen, a freshman at Wyandotte Roosevelt High School, reportedly left the house to cool her temper after getting into an argument with her grandfather, Spencer Gilden.

“She and I had an argument Saturday afternoon about her eating in the living room and she got very upset that I wouldn’t let her eat in the living room. Later on that evening, the next thing we knew, she had taken her bike and left,” Gilden told WWJ’s Mike Campbell.

Mulheisen hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Gilden said they believe she could be staying with friends, but they haven’t been able to track her down.

Gilden said Mulheisen has been living with them since her father died when she was 10-year-old. He said his granddaughter still hasn’t adjusted to living without her father.

Mulheisen’s mother, who lives out-of-state, told reporters her daughter may look different from provided photos because she recently highlighted her hair.

Anyone with information on Mulheisen’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Wyandotte Police Department at 734-324-4405.

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