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Two teens who ran away from Fargo treatment center found safe

Chloe Ball-Kilbourne and Cadence Nostdahl ran away from the Luther Hall treatment facility on New Year's Eve, police said in a news release.

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Cadence Nostdahl, 17, is one of two girls who reportedly ran away from Fargo's Luther Hall on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 2021.
Photo provided by the Fargo Police Department

UPDATE: Police report that the two runaway girls were found safe Sunday afternoon.

ORIGINAL STORY: FARGO — Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating two teens who ran away from Luther Hall, a mental health and substance abuse treatment center for boys and girls ages 10 to 17 on the city’s south side.

Fargo police are looking for 15-year-old Chloe Ball-Kilbourne and 17-year-old Cadence Nostdahl. The pair ran away from the center’s location in the 3900 block of 20th Ave. S. on Friday, Dec. 31.

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Chloe Ball-Kilbourne, 15, reportedly ran away from Luther Hall in Fargo on Dec. 31, 2021, with another teen.
Photo provided by Fargo Police Department

Neither teen has any known contacts in the area, do not attend school in the Fargo area, and left on foot without any money or phones, police said in a news release issued late Saturday night, Jan. 1.

Ball-Kilbourne was last seen wearing a thin, multi-colored long-sleeve shirt. Nostdahl was last seen wearing a fuzzy hooded sweatshirt. It is not known where the girls would go if they left the Fargo area.

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Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts is encouraged to call dispatch at 701.451.7660.

Related Topics: FARGO POLICE DEPARTMENT
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