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Missoula Police Search For 13-Year-Old Runaway

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Missoula Police are searching for a 13-year-old runaway.

Amanda Toone, also called AJ, was last seen on Tuesday about 5 p.m., near the Wilma building.

Police said the girl's mother reported her missing. She said the girl was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with a multi-colored logo, that says "just do it". She was wearing denim shorts, and has blue shoulder-length, aqua blue hair with green tips. She also was wearing white gauges with rhinestones.

Anyone with information is asked to call Missoula police at 552-6300, or Crimestoppers at 721-4444.
 

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