Ohio among states asked to use digital billboards in FBI missing teen case

Ohio is among several states being asked to use its digital billboards to help the FBI locate a 15-year-old Louisiana girl who went missing March 28.

Todd Lindgren, spokesman with the FBI's Cincinnati Field Office, said the New Orleans FBI Field Office has asked for assistance in distributing information regarding Domeanna Spell, of Port Barre.

Police believe she may be traveling with 47-year-old Cory "Shane" Disotell, also of Port Barre, and the FBI has requested her photo be shown on digital billboards in neighboring states and/or in states they may be traveling through.

Tuesday, the New Orleans FBI Field Office released a rendition of the billboard.

Domeanna and Disotell are believed to be traveling in a four-door silver 2003 Honda Civic.

They also may have changed their appearance to conceal their identities.

Domeanna is white, approximately 5-foot-2 and 105 pounds. She has long, light brown hair and blue/hazel eyes.

Disotell, who is white also, is approximately 5-foot-8 and 155 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes.

As of Tuesday night, Domeanna was still missing, said Craig Betbeze, public affairs specialist, FBI New Orleans.

Anyone with information is asked to contact law enforcement at: 1-800 CALL FBI (1-800-225-5324) anytime

of the day or night.

We're working to learn more about the missing persons case and we'll update this developing report as warranted.

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