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Lincoln County Teen Found After Short Amber Alert Search

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DAVENPORT, Wash. -
An Amber Alert is now over for a 15-year-old girl abducted in Davenport on Saturday night. WSP troopers say Kaitlin Current was found in Chelan County.

Thank you everyone who has shared this information. If you have additional information that may help the investigation, you're urged to call 509-725-3501 or 911 immediately.

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An Amber Alert has been issued for a 15-year-old girl abducted in Davenport on Saturday night.

Lincoln County authorities are looking for Kaitlin Current, who was last seen at 37069 Knotty Pine Lane.

Kaitlin is described to have brown hair, brown eyes and is 5 feet and 6 inches tall. She was last seen wearing a brown sun dress with white sandals. She is believed to be in danger and the last cellphone ping was in the Leavenworth area.

Authorities believe that she may be in the company of 27-year-old Jacob Jones, who is a non-family member. He is described to have brown hair, green eyes, is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 197 pounds.

The two may be traveling in a 2002 White Dodge Neon with Idaho state plate V43282.

Anyone with information is urged to call 509-725-3501 or 911 immediately.

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