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Burke County teen returns home safely

SARDIS, GA (WFXG) -

A Burke County teen who was reported missing Wednesday has returned home safely.

Deputies say Tristian Oglesby returned home Thursday.

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Original story: Burke County deputies are asking the community to help them find a missing 14-year-old.

Tristian Oglesby was reported missing Wednesday through the Sardis Police Department.

She is 5 feet, 5 inches tall and about 150 pounds with sandy brown hair and blue eyes. Police say she was last seen wearing tan pants and gray shoes.

Anyone with information about Oglesby's whereabouts should contact the Burke County Sheriff's Office at 706-554-2133 or the Sardis Police Department 478-569-4311.

 

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