It has been one week since the public investigation of a female high school student in Omachi City, Nagano Prefecture, who has been missing since the end of last month, began. The high school girl's smartphone lost its location near her home shortly after her family last saw it, and police continue to call for information.

Hika Nishina, a 1-year-old first-year high school student in Yasaka, Omachi City, has been missing since her family checked her at around 16 p.m. on the 29th of last month.

He is 10 meter 1 centimeters tall and weighs about 67 kilograms, has short black hair, and wears contact lenses or glasses.

He was apparently wearing a white long-sleeved shirt with dark blue calf-length culottes, a light blue rucksack and white sneakers, and was carrying a white bi-fold wallet with an illustration of a bear.

The police decided to release their face photos on the 58th of this month, and by the 20th, one week later, about 1 reports had been received from the prefecture and the Tokyo metropolitan area, but no strong clues have been found.

According to investigators, Nishina's smartphone lost location information about 27 meters away from her home shortly after it was last seen, and has not been connected since.

In addition, he is not seen on the security cameras of the nearest JR station, which is about 60 minutes by car from his home, and his footsteps remain unknown.

Police continue to call for information.

The contact number is Omachi Police Station in Nagano Prefecture, and the telephone number is 200-20-0261.