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Two teen runaways from Farmington Hills found

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Cora Kirkland, 14, (LEFT) and Dakota Kozan, 15, (RIGHT) Cora Kirkland, 14, (LEFT) and Dakota Kozan, 15, (RIGHT)
(WJBK) - UPDATED TO ADD: The two teens were found unharmed in Chesterfield Twp. Wednesday morning. Below is the original content about their disappearance.

Farmington Hills police are seeking a pair of teenage runaways who have been missing since Monday, May 5.

Police say 14-year-old Cora Kirkland and 15-year-old Dakota Kozak were last seen around 11 a.m. at the Mobile Manor Trailer Park near Eight Mile and Tuck roads, which is near the border of Farmington Hills and Livonia.

The teens are said to have snuck out of Farmington High School during the lunch hour and went to the complex, where a friend lives.

Cora is described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing 116 pounds and having brown eyes and blonde hair, which may have been dyed a darker color. She was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and black yoga pants.

Dakota is described as being 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 155 pounds and having hazel eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing black sweatshirt, camo pants, a black and gray beanie and gray shoes.

Dakota recently moved from Chesterfield, where he still has ties and many friends. FOX 2 received a tip the teens were seen getting off a SMART bus on 22 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue about 7:15 p.m. Monday.

Their parents tell FOX 2's Amy Lange their cell phones are off.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Farmington Hills Police Department at (248) 871-2610.
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