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Missing: Jack Nelson and Morgan Kallusky

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CAVE CREEK, Ariz. -

Two teenagers from Cave Creek haven't been heard from in a couple of days and there's word they may be heading to California.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says Jack Nelson and Morgan Kallusky were reported missing on Sunday.  They are both 15 years old.

Nelson is described as a white male with blonde hair, blue eyes, weighing 130 pounds and is 5' 4" tall.  Kallusky is a white female weighing 135 pounds and is 5' 8" tall.  She no longer wears braces on her teeth and may have dyed her hair dark brown.

Nelson and Kallusky may be traveling in a 2002 gold Acura with Arizona license plate 436FSV.

If you have any information about the teens' whereabouts, call 911 or the Phoenix Police at 602-262-6151.

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