Update: Lexington Teenager Found Safe

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Updated: 11/16/2013 6:30 pm

Lexington Police said they’ve found a teenager who went missing Friday.

According to officers, they found Brayden Clay Murphy, 16, after several hours of searching. They said he is safe.


Original story:

Lexington Police are using K-9's and the department's helicopter to search for a missing teenager.

Investigators said Brayden Clay Murphy, 16, of Lexington, went missing from his home on Wyndham Hills Drive on Friday.

Police said Murphy could present a danger to himself.

Murphy is white, 5'11'', 162-pounds.  He has braces on his teeth and has pierced ears.

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