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Barrow County missing teens found safe

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Family members released this picture of the two missing teens on Saturday. Family members released this picture of the two missing teens on Saturday.
Friends and family help search for the two missing teen late Saturday night. Friends and family help search for the two missing teen late Saturday night.
WINDER, Ga. -

UPDATE: The two Barrow County teens that were the subject of a statewide Child Abduction Advisory were found safe on Sunday morning. Details as to where they were not immediately available from officials.

 

The Barrow County Sheriff's Office has issued a Child Abduction Advisory for two teenagers. Orianna Trigg, 13, and Johnathan"Tucker" Allen, 14, were last seen in the Winder-Bethlehem area.

Johnathan "Tucker" Allen is described as a being 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing 125 pounds with a slim build. He has blue eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a red book bag and a hoodie.

Orianna Trigg is described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 110 pounds with a slim build. She has long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with a yellow submarine on the front with a navy pullover and blue jeans.

Both were last seen on foot along Georgia Highway 81 or at a Waffle House in Winder. It is unclear at what time they went missing.

Family members say the pair is boyfriend and girlfriend, but it is extremely unusual for them to run off like this. They were out actively searching for the pair on Saturday.

Anyone who spots them should call 911 immediately.

This is not a Levi's Call, which is Georgia's Amber Alert program, but authorities have asked consideration in releasing this information to the public to help bring them home safely.

Family and friends have set up a Facebook page to help spread the word. You can see their updates at facebook.com/findtuckerandoriana.

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