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Silver alert issued for missing Glastonbury teen

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GLASTONBURY, CT (WFSB) -

Police in Glastonbury have issued a silver alert for a missing teenager.

Officials said Eligia Rodriquez, 13, was last seen Saturday in the area of 19 Gayfeather Lane.

Police said the teen left home after an argument with her mother.

Rodriguez is a Hispanic female with brown hair and brown eyes. She stands about 5'3'' and weighs about 140 pounds. She was last seen wearing a thermal shirt, dark blue jeans, black ugg boots, and a tan and purple scarf.

Police said Rodriguez may be in contact with a 23-year-old man named Tony from East Hartford.

Anyone with information about Eligia's whereabouts is asked to call Glastonbury police.

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