- By Levi Rickert
HARDIN, Mont. — The family of Selena Not Afraid, a 16-year-old teen female and tribal citizen of the Crow Tribe of Indians, who went missing on January 1, 2020 is seeking assistance from the public to locate her.
Law enforcement say Selena walked away from a broken down vehicle from a rest area between Hardin and Billings, Montana.
According to local press reports, the family believes that Not Afraid may have moved from the area and says the search also includes South Dakota and Wyoming.
Authorities say Selena was last seen wearing a black coat, grey sweater, blue jeans, and gray ankle boots. She is 5'9", 133 pounds, and has a scar near her mouth. She also has a tattoo of a cross on her middle finger.
If you have any information on her whereabouts -- please call the Big Horn County Sheriff's Office at 406-665-9780 or dial 9-1-1.
More Stories Like ThisNCAI Calls Out MLB Commissioner for Giving the Atlanta Baseball Team a Pass on Tomahawk Chop
Pope Francis Agrees to Visit Canada to Discuss Healing and Reconciliation for Catholic Church’s Involvement in Residential Schools
Economic Impact Study Reveals Native Tourism is a $14 Billion Industry
Native News Online Editor Levi Rickert on Native America Calling on Tuesday’s Program
IllumiNative Issues Statement Ahead of Start of World Series on the “Tomahawk Chop”
Native Perspective. Native Voices. Native News.
We launched Native News Online because the mainstream media often overlooks news that is important is Native people. We believe that everyone in Indian Country deserves equal access to news and commentary pertaining to them, their relatives and their communities. That's why the story you’ve just finished was free — and we want to keep it that way, for all readers. We hope you'll consider making a donation to support our efforts so that we can continue publishing more stories that make a difference to Native people, whether they live on or off the reservation. Your donation will help us keep producing quality journalism and elevating Indigenous voices. Any contribution of any amount — big or small — gives us a better, stronger future and allows us to remain a force for change. Donate to Native News Online today and support independent Indigenous journalism. Thank you.