Two Haughton students missing
The Bossier Sheriff's Department needs your help in locating two teen boys who've been missing since leaving high school this afternoon.
Robert Michael Pennell, 16, and Coty Shane Worley, 14, have not returned home since leaving Haughton High School this afternoon. The friends were last seen walking along the railroad tracks by the Haughton Grocery Store on North Hazel Street shortly after school today.
Pennell is described as a white male, 5 feet 5 inches, weighing approximately 105 pounds. He has brown brown hair, blue eyes, and was last seen wearing a blue shirt, tan slacks, and black shoes with orange shoelaces. Worley is described as a white male, 5 feet 2 inches, weighing about 100 pounds. He has blonde hair, hazel eyes, a surgical scar on his stomach and both ears pierced with studs. Hew as last seen wearing a red shirt with his last name, "Worley," written on the back, brown slacks, red shoes, a red hat and carrying a blue backpack.
Detectives determined the two boys may have been heading to the mall, possibly with another person in a black truck. Detectives also don't suspect any foul play, but are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of the teens to immediately contact the Bossier Sheriff's Department at 965-2203.
From Bossier Sherriff's Department