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UPDATE: Missing teen found safe

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TRENTON, DADE COUNTY, GA (WRCB) -- The Dade County Sheriff's Office says a teen missing since Friday is now safe at home.

No other details are available.

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TRENTON, DADE COUNTY, GA (WRCB) - The Dade County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information leading to a missing teenager to call police.

Brittany Pardue was last seen Friday night outside Larry's Restaurant in Trenton. The 17 year-old was seen talking to someone in a black truck.

Deputies say Pardue has not been heard from since. Anyone with information is asked to call 706-657-3233.

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