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Authorities express 'high degree of concern' after juvenile goes missing

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Ryan L., missing from Butner on Dec. 26, 2013 Ryan L., missing from Butner on Dec. 26, 2013
BUTNER, N.C. -

Police are looking for a juvenile from Robeson County after he failed to report back to the C.A. Dillon Youth Development Center in Butner on Thursday afternoon after a home visit.

The juvenile is identified as Ryan L. and was last seen Thursday at 4:10 p.m. on Resa Loop Road, Highway 41 in Lumberton.  The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice has notified local law enforcement and is cooperating fully with the investigation.

In a news release, the Department of Public Safety said that due to the unpredictability of juvenile behavior, division officials have a "high degree of concern for the safety of both the juvenile and the public."

The department released a photoof the juvenile to help the public identify him.

 

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