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Search resumes today for Puyallup teen

Janis Hardy works with her bloodhound, Follie, on Thursday, searching for a missing developmentally disabled teenager. Kimberly Daily was last seen riding her bike two days earlier near her South Hill home. A possible sighting of the girl occurred in this area along 31st Avenue Southwest in Puyallup.
Janis Hardy works with her bloodhound, Follie, on Thursday, searching for a missing developmentally disabled teenager. Kimberly Daily was last seen riding her bike two days earlier near her South Hill home. A possible sighting of the girl occurred in this area along 31st Avenue Southwest in Puyallup. The Olympian

Dogs will be searching and people will be knocking on doors again today in the investigation into the disappearance of a Puyallup teen.

There has been no sign of Kimberly “Kimmie” Daily, 16, since she was last seen Tuesday, Pierce County Sheriff’s Sgt. Mike Blair said Saturday.

Her family reported her missing about 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Teams of dogs and search-and-rescue crews were out Saturday checking “hot spots, places where she would normally hang out,” Blair said. They found no clues .

They planned to continue running scent-tracking dogs and knocking on doors today , he said.

There has been no sign of foul play and no substantive tips, Blair told The News Tribune on Friday.

Daily, who is developmentally delayed, has the mental level of a 9-year-old, according to her family.

She last was seen about 1 p.m. Tuesday. She told her family she was going to a friend’s house and would be back by 3 p.m.

The family lives in a neighborhood on 106th Avenue Court East.

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