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Moorhead police seek public's help in finding runaway

MOORHEAD-Moorhead police are asking for the public's help in locating a juvenile runaway.Sheyanne Dakota Butler, 16, does not attend school and stopped showing up for her job about a month ago, according to police, who said family members initial...

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MOORHEAD-Moorhead police are asking for the public's help in locating a juvenile runaway.

Sheyanne Dakota Butler, 16, does not attend school and stopped showing up for her job about a month ago, according to police, who said family members initially were able to reach Butler through telephone calls, but have since lost contact with her.

Butler was reported as a runaway on Feb. 29, and police say they have exhausted leads in finding her.

Anyone who may have information that would be helpful in finding Butler is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency.

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