Authorities seek help locating Cincinnati teenager

CINCINNATI –  A teenager left Summit Behavioral Healthcare Hospital on Saturday while being evaluated as to whether or not he could stand trial.

Authorities are asking for the public's help to locate Immanuel Davis, 17.

Hamilton County courts issued a warrant for his arrest on one county of escape after it was discovered he was missing.

Cincinnati police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol were called to search for the teenager.

Davis was described as 6 feet tall, 159 pound by authorities.

Anyone with information concerning Davis’ location should call 911 or notify the Ohio State Highway Patrol at 513-732-1510.

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