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Possible endangered child in Catoosa County

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Catoosa County officers are searching for a preteen girl that could be in danger. 

According to Catoosa County's facebook page the Sheriff's Office responded to the 2300 block of Taylors Ridge Road in reference of a trespassing report Sunday. 

The complainant state the lock on the gate leading to the cell towers had been cut and upon arriving at the cell towers he observed a white or beige older 90s Ford F150 truck parked on the property the post states. 

According  to complainant they observed a white male sitting in the driver's seat described as 30 to 40 years old, dark hair, unshaven, bad teeth, and wearing tan shorts with a black belt. 

The post states that the complainant noticed that the male exited the vehicle with his belt undone. Also, the complainant stated he observed a white female ages between 10 and 12 in the passenger's seat who appeared to be getting dressed or adjusting her clothes. 

The girl is described as having shoulder length brown hair, tan skin, heavy build, and wearing glasses. 

The complainant stated the white male found the gate open and was taking his daughter for a hike. The subject also said his grandmother owned property on the west side of Taylors Ridge near the complainant's property. 

If anyone has information contact the Catoosa County Sheriff's Office at 706-935-2424.

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