Two teens missing from Catalyst Residential Treatment Center
Apr 30, 2023, 4:28 PM | Updated: 6:53 pm
(Photo credit: Brigham City PD)
BRIGHAM CITY, Utah — Two teens went missing on the night of April 28, from Catalyst Residential Treatment Center.
JHenry Carroll, 16 years old, and Jack Payne, 15 years old, reportedly made plans to head to California, where their families are located.
Carroll stands 5’7″, weighs 175 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing dark jeans, a black coat, and black shoes.
Payne is described as being 5’5″ 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing dark jeans and white shoes.
Chad Reyes, Police Cheif of Brigham City Police Department, told KSL NewsRadio a supervisor at the center reported the missing teens.
Currently, the teens do not meet the criteria for a missing endangered alert, said Reyes.
Furthermore, he said the treatment center is not very secure. And the department receives reports of runaways a couple of times per year.
The police department is in contact with the parents of both 15-year-olds. Furthermore, UTA and Salt Lake City International Airport are in contact with the police department to help locate the teens.
However, Reyes said there are no solid leads thus far.
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