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Girl Overwhelmed By School, SAT Test Goes Missing During Exam

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A teenage girl has gone missing after being dropped off to take the SAT exam, telling family she felt overwhelmed by school.Mira Hu, 16, was dropped off at Arcadia High School on Saturday morning around 7:30 to take the college entrance exam. Later when her parents came to pick her up, she could not be found. Not long after that, she sent a text message to her brother saying that she felt overwhelmed by the SAT test and school.

According to the Arcadia Police Department, Hu might be heading to Central or Northern California.

Hu is described as a 16-year old Chinese girl with black hair and brown eyes. She stands 5'3" and weighs 95 pounds. Hu was last seen wearing a black jacket and black jeans, and was carrying a navy blue backpack.

Anyone with information about Mira Hu's whereabouts is being asked to call the Arcadia Police Department at (626) 574-5121.