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Post Falls Police Searching For Missing 18-Year-Old

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18-year-old Austin Scarborough was last seen Thursday night in Post Falls. Police say he may be suicidal. 18-year-old Austin Scarborough was last seen Thursday night in Post Falls. Police say he may be suicidal.
POST FALLS, Idaho - The Post Falls Police Department is searching for a missing 18-year-old man who they say may be suicidal. 

Austin M. Scarborough was last seen Thursday night at around 8:30pm. He was wearing khaki pants, a charcoal grey hooded jacket, a multi-colored necklace and a black hat. 

Police think Scarborough may be suicidal due to comments made before he went missing. Police say Scarborough is known to hang out at local parks and libraries, and commonly uses public transit. He also donates plasma at local clinics. 

Police are asking anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Austin M. Scarborough to call the Post Falls Police Department at 208-773-3517. If you see him in person, please call 911. 
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