Public’s help needed to locate Indiana teen missing for three weeks

INDIANA – The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing teen Destiny Weathers.

Destiny, 16, was last seen at her home in Greenwood, Indiana, on March 14, 2024. On that Thursday afternoon, Destiny told her family that she was going to the nearby park and would return before night. At around 8:00 pm, Destiny still had not returned home, and her family became increasingly worried. They began to search for Destiny, but she was nowhere to be seen and has been missing ever since.

Destiny’s father, Doug Weathers, told NCMEC that this is very unusual behavior, and Destiny has never gone missing before, raising serious concerns for her safety. Doug wants Destiny to know that all of her family and friends miss her terribly. Everyone wants her to come home safely.

Destiny and her father, Doug Weathers

Destiny is also being featured on the Ring’s Neighbors app, which partners with NCMEC to increase awareness of missing children and bring them home. This feature reaches millions of users, providing real-time assistance locating missing children.

Destiny is described as 5’2”, weighs 110 lbs., and has hazel eyes with blonde hair. She is believed to be in the Greenwood or Indianapolis, Indiana area.

If you have any information about Destiny or her disappearance, don’t hesitate to get in touch with NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or the Greenwood Police Department (Indiana) at 1-317-346-6336.