Warning about lacking Juneau Co. teenager who disappeared almost a month in the past

MADISON, Wisconsin (WMTV) – The Juneau Sheriff’s Office has issued an Endangered Missing Warning for a Mouseon teen who hasn’t been seen since graduating nearly a month ago.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Tanaya Day is attending Mouson High School and was supposed to get on the bus to come home on October 7, but instead took a ride to Black River Falls, where she has family. The alert stated the 16-year-old also has families in LaCrosse, Madison, and Wisconsin Dells.

Day is described as 5’8 “tall. She has long, straight brown hair, brown eyes, and a scar on her right wrist. When she disappeared, Day was wearing black Adidas sweatpants, a light-colored sweater and tennis shoes. She also carries a see-through backpack and a drawstring gym bag.

Day’s disappearance marks the fourth time this week that a 16-year-old girl from Juneau Co. has received an at-risk missing person warning. All three teenagers previously reported missing, none of whom have been gone anywhere near as long as Day, have since been found and are safe, the Sheriff’s Office reported.

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