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Family Uses Social Media To Try To Find Missing Son

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Chris King, 19, hasn't been seen since Friday, police said. (Courtesy: Middletown Township Police Department) Chris King, 19, hasn't been seen since Friday, police said. (Courtesy: Middletown Township Police Department)
BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. -

A missing man from Bucks County is generating a lot of attention on social media.

Chris King, a 19-year old from Levittown, was last seen Friday. Police say he walked away from a treatment facility in Bensalem.

Middletown Township police and King's family and friends are circulating his picture and information on Facebook, hoping someone can help find him.

A post about King's disappearance on the Carl Sandburg Middle School Facebook page was shared more than 5,800 times by users.

King is 6 feet tall and weighs 175 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes, police said. He graduated from Neshaminy High School last year.

Anyone with information is asked to call Middletown Township police at 215-750-3845 or the school district at 215-809-6220.

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