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GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — Dalton Police are asking for the general public’s assist to find two teenage women who stole a member of the family’s automotive and ran away with it Monday.
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The automotive was discovered wrecked Tuesday in Gwinnett County and the ladies are believed to be in metro Atlanta, probably in Clayton County.
Dalton Police mentioned 15-year-old Kadence Patterson and 14-year-old Kara Sosebee have been left alone in a automotive exterior Sosebee’s mom’s office to be picked up by one other father or mother. As a substitute, they stole the automotive, which belongs to a different of Sosebee’s kinfolk, and drove away.
On Tuesday, the ladies wrecked the automotive on the intersection of Lee Street and Telida Path in Snellville. A witness noticed the ladies run from the crash on foot, climb over a fence and preserve operating.
Police weren’t capable of finding them.
Investigators decided they could have ties to the Clayton County space or may nonetheless be in Gwinnet County.
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Sosebee is described as 5 ft one inch tall and 110 kilos with brown hair and blue eyes. She was final seen carrying a blue t-shirt and blue denims. Patterson is 5 ft six inches tall and 110 kilos with darkish blonde/brown hair and blue eyes. She was final seen carrying a white hoodie and ripped blue denims. The individuals who witnessed the wreck mentioned the ladies have been carrying the identical garments.
Anybody with data on the ladies’ whereabouts is requested to contact Detective Brian Shirley with the Dalton Police Division at 706-278-9085, extension 9-189 or to contact their native police.
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