SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - At about 9:00 p.m. Saturday night, Saratoga Springs Police were notified of a missing 16-year-old female from the Kayderossas House on Kirby Road.
Initial indications were that the missing child, Angel Williams-Guynup, may have been lost in the woods near the city line in the area of Route 29.
City Police and Fire Department personnel along with New York State Forest Rangers, Saratoga County Sheriff's Deputies, Volunteer Fire Companies from Greenfield and Rock City Falls, as well as several teams of the State Search and Rescue Federation, participated in ground searches of the area during the early morning hours on Sunday without locating any sign of Williams-Guynup.
Aerial support was provided by the New York State Police Aviation Unit out of Albany as well.
By 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, information had developed that indicated Williams-Guynup was not likely in the wooded areas which had been searched and the intense ground search was suspended.
Police are continuing the investigation into the whereabouts of Williams-Guynup and are asking anyone who may have information regarding her location to contact them at (518) 584-1800.
Although nothing has been ruled out, police do not suspect foul-play at this point.
Angel Williams-Guynup is a 16-year-old black female approximately 5'3'' tall, 103 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen at the Kayderossas House on Kirby Road last night wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and pajama type pants.
Police believe she may have contacts in Albany, Schenectady and out of state, possibly in Georgia.
Anyone with information regarding Angel Williams-Guynup's location is encouraged to contact police.