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Sheriff Moss asks help finding missing Milltown, KY girl, age 14
Shyann Wooten is freshman at Adair County High School
Missing Person: Shyann Wooten, 14 (Update: She's been found!)
Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss is asking anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of 14 year old Shyann Wooten of 2484 Milltown Road, Columbia, Kentucky, to please call his office at 270-384-2776.
According to Sheriff Moss, Shyann was reported missing by her father, Danny Wooten, when Shyann did not return on the bus from Adair County High School yesterday afternoon. "When she didn't get off the bus," Sheriff Moss said, "Mr. Wooten called the school and learned that the student had not been there all day. That's when he called us."
Shyann's mother, Michelle Clark, lives in Nancy, KY, Sheriff Moss said.
Sheriff Moss said that the Adair County Sheriff's Office has been conducting searches and making inquiries in the Milltown area, including friends and family members homes and are still searching. Deputy Adair County Sheriff B.J. Bray is the lead investigator, along with Sheriff Moss.
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