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Sheriff's Office seeks help finding missing teens

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office took to Facebook asking for help finding three missing juveniles in the Inland Northwest.

The three children were reported missing with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office and The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children. Their cases are not believed to be related.

They include 17-year-old Connor Gunning from Spokane. The Sheriff's Office says Connor was last seen in late April. He may  have traveled to Florida. Gunning is 5'08'' and weighs 165 pounds. He has red hair and a small scar over his right eyebrow.

Also missing, 17-year-old Mariah Willis from Newman Lake. Mariah has blue eyes and brown hair. She is 5'01'' and 180 pounds. She may travel to Montana or North Dakota.

Finally, 16-year-old Shelby Frear. Shelby is 5'06'', 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She may still be in the local area.

Anyone with information about missing juveniles should contact The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

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