The Littleton Police Department is partnering with federal investigators to find a teen from Littleton who has been missing for a month and who Littleton officers say is in danger of exploitation. Hannah Hubbard, 17, was last seen in Littleton on Feb. 7 getting into a black sedan. “She is believed to be with an adult male, possibly out of state,” said Littleton Police Detective Scott Powers. “The Littleton Police Department is currently working with Homeland Security investigators, who specialize across the nation with child exploitation cases, so we’re working closely with them. They are giving us assistance with certain technology as well as manpower.” LPD is also working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in putting the word out to the greater public. It’s suspected that Hannah knew the adult male at the time she got into the car, he said. “There is nothing in the investigation that indicates she was abducted in any way, but she’s 17 years old and we do believe that, based on her age, she may be in danger of being exploited, and we want to make sure she gets home safely,” said Powers. While her whereabouts currently remain unknown, it is believed Hannah is out of state, but in New England, and is being accompanied by the adult male, who is non-relation, he said. It is believed that Hannah, if not in the Littleton or surrounding area, could be in another part of the state or might have traveled to Massachusetts. She is 5-foot-8-inches tall and 145 pounds, with blonde hair and green eyes. When last seen, her hair was very short and dyed blonde on the ends. Those with information about Hannah can also contact the NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST.