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Owsley County Teen Missing

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Updated: 2/06/2013 4:50 pm
Kentucky State Police are working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to find an Owsley County teen missing since last Monday.

Darci Tyrell Hollan, 15, was last seen in her bedroom by her mother around 10 p.m. on January 25.

The next morning, her mother found a window open in her bedroom, and the screen was cut.

Police said she erased all of her social media websites from the computer in her bedroom.  Police have that computer, and are trying to recover information they said could be valuable to the investigation.

Police said Hollan took two cell phones with her. One is a prepaid Trak phone that is not traceable. The other is an ATT prepaid phone that is not currently accepting calls.

Police said Hollan may no longer be in Kentucky.
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