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ACSO seeks help locating missing 14-year-old girl

Update: She's been found, safe Missing 14 year old found safe by ACSO
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From the Adair County Sheriff's Department

The Adair County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's help in locating a missing-runaway juvenile. 14 year old Karlee Irvine was last seen looking for someone to give her a ride in the area of New Concord Road. She is a white female. With green hair, brown eyes, around five feet five inches tall, weighs approximately 150 to 160 pounds. If you have seen this juvenile please call the Adair County Sheriff's office or your local 911 center.



This story was posted on 2017-04-16 18:10:39
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