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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 9/23
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on September 23, 2013 @ 6:56PM
Created on September 23, 2013 @ 6:13PM

This week's Monday's Most Wanted is a little different than usual. Instead of focusing just on people police are looking for after allegedly committing crimes, there's a feature of some missing persons cases that police are trying to solve.

The Parkersburg Police Department is looking for two teenagers who haven't been seen since September 10. It's believed that 16-year-old Megan Ellison left the Parkersburg area with 18-year-old Joseph Adam Eklund. Megan has a medical condition and most likely needs medication.

Eklund is facing one count of grand larceny for taking his grandmother's car. It's believed the black Hyundai is what he used to leave Parkersburg with Megan. He is also facing a misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

If you know anything, call the Parkersburg Police Department at 304-424-8444 or submit an anonymous tip at www.parkersburgpolice.com.

Tuesday marks the two year anniversary of when police received word of the disappearance of then 3-year-old Aliayah Lunsford.

There's no word on exactly what happened to Aliayah and no suspects have been named; however, investigators, which include local, state and federal police, have checked into hundreds of tips over the past two years.

If you know anything, call police immediately.

Some contact numbers for the Aliayah Lunsford disappearance:

- West Virginia Fusion Center: 304-558-4831

- Lewis County Sheriff's Department: 304-269-8251

- State Police Weston Detachment: 304-269-0500

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