Father asks for help locating missing Hedrick teen

Missing teen Hunter Kopp, 13, of Hedrick, Iowa.

The father of a missing Hedrick teenager is asking for the public's help.

Hunter Kopp, 13, was last seen leaving her house in Hedrick on Monday, May 20 around 6 p.m. Deputy Jeff Runnells of the Keokuk County Sheriff's Office said Hunter was last seen wearing blue jeans, a printed t-shirt and a Pittsburgh Steelers ball cap.

The picture above was provided to KTVO by Hunter's father, David. Hunter has shoulder-length brown hair, blue eyes, is 5'7" tall and weighs 130 pounds.

The Keokuk County Sheriff's Office ran Hunter's cell phone through US Cellular and was not able to get a direct GPS hit, but showed her location to be in the Ottumwa area.

Chief Tom McAndrew of the Ottumwa Police Department said officers have several addresses to check on, but have not found anything thus far.

If you have any information on Hunter's whereabouts, you're asked to call the Ottumwa Police at 641-683-0661 or the Keokuk County Sheriff's Office at 641-622-2727.