FL – ECSO searching for missing and endangered teen | WEARTV

ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) — The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) is asking for your help in finding a missing and endangered teen.

Destiny Nicole Meister, 16, was last seen at her home in the 1100-block of Conference Road on February 12.

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FL – Missing child alert issued for Escambia County teen | WPTV

A missing child alert has been issued for a north Florida teenager.

14-year-old Faith Gabrielle Smith was last seen in the 3800 block of Schifko Road in Cantonment, Florida, according to FDLE.

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FL – BREAKING: Escambia County Searching for Missing Teen | WKRG

HELP US LOCATE: We need your help in locating these three missing teens. *please share

Richo Rayvon Click DOB: 4/12/2002, on 6/14/17 he was returned home after having run away. Shortly after Richo ran away again and has not returned home. He was last seen on 6/27/17 in the 6600 block of Suwanne Rd at a neighbor’s house. Richo is often seen riding a bicycle in the neighborhood. He is a habitual runaway.

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FL – Missing persons awareness walk Wednesday

The KlaasKids Foundation will host a walk in Pensacola on Wednesday to raise awareness of the lingering missing persons cases in Escambia County.

The community event, the Missing Person’s Community Awareness Walk, will include family members of local missing persons and a “silent” walk from Bartram Park to the Hawkshaw Missing Person’s Memorial at 211 Bayfront Parkway to 499 Bayfront Parkway.

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FL – Authorities search for missing teen | WEAR

PENSACOLA, Fla. (WEAR) — Daphne Anglin, a 17-year-old is confirmed missing by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

She was last seen in Pensacola, Florida on August 27. It is believed she is heading to Central Florida, more specifically the Orlando, Florida area.

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FL – ECSO seeking missing teen brothers | pnj.com

Deputies are seeking two teen-aged brothers who went missing from their Pensacola home in November, an Escambia County Sheriff’s Office social media post said.

Blake Kent Stevenson, 14, and Mackenzie Ray Owens, 16, were last seen at their residence on Candlewood Circle on Nov. 29, 2015.

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Missing Florida Woman Stefanie Bowen Located Safely in Alabama – NBC News

After being missing for nearly three weeks, Florida mother Stefanie Bowen has been located safely in Alabama.

A representative from the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office told Dateline NBC that Stefanie is OK and that she had told deputies she had not wanted to be located. A member of the Bowen family told Dateline they are very thankful Stefanie is safe and that they have very little information at this time.

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