Missing Spanish Fork teenagers seen early Thursday in Salt Lake County
SALT LAKE CITY — Two missing teenagers from Spanish Fork were spotted early Thursday morning in Salt Lake County, according to a social media post by the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.
The UCSO says a 14-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy were seen in the area of 1700 S. Redwood Road around 4 a.m.
According to the social media post, the girl was wearing black pants, a black jacket and a red hoodie. The boy was wearing black pants, a black hoodie, a camo jacket and a brown beanie.
The UCSO says the two left Spanish Fork’s Diamond Fork Middle School in the early hours of Saturday, Nov. 5, and haven’t been seen since.
Authorities have attempted to ping their phones but have been unsuccessful. A third teen that was thought to be with two has been located.
Police say public transport and transient areas would likely be places where they could be found.
Initially, law enforcement personnel reported that they may be in the company of someone named Victor.
This article has been edited to protect the identities of the minors involved, both teenagers were found safely on Nov. 11.
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