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Trinity Co. Sheriff's Office seeks public's help in finding missing 15-year-old

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Autumn Dawn Francis Riding (Source: Trinity County Sheriff's Office) Autumn Dawn Francis Riding (Source: Trinity County Sheriff's Office)
TRINITY, TX (KTRE) -

The Trinity County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in locating a possible runaway child.

Autumn Dawn Francis Riding (Ferrington), 15, was last seen at 10 p.m. on Monday at 106 Walnut Drive in Trinity Cove. The Trinity County Sheriff's Office has received information that Autumn may possibly be in the Lakewood at Livingston subdivision.

Anyone with any information that might help officials locate Autumn should contact the Trinity County Sheriff's Office at 9936) 642-1424 or Deputy Driskell at (936) 707-2206.

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