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Police locate missing teenagers

Tyler police have located two missing teens. Tyler police have located two missing teens.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Tyler police confirm they have located both teenagers who went missing from the ETMC Behavior Health Center around 7:25 Thursday evening. 

Released by Tyler Police Department: 

Tyler Police are currently looking for two missing juveniles.  They were reported missing from ETMC Behavior Health Center around 7:25 PM tonight.  They were last seen near University and Old Omen.

One juvenile is Ty Hughes.  He is a 16 year old white male around 5'6" tall and weighs about 145 pounds.  He has short brown hair and brown eyes.  He was last known to be wearing a blue jacket, red shirt, and red shoes. 

The other juvenile is Ethan Chandler.  He is a 15 year old male about 5'6" tall and weighs about 135 pounds.  He has wavy brown hair medium length and brown eyes.  He was last known to be wearing a brown jacket and tan pants. 

If anyone knows where these two juveniles are located or has information that might help locate them, please call the Tyler Police Department at 903-531-1000.  

 

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