Thursday, October 13, 2016

Missing Vermont teen told her friends she planned to run away

Vermont State Police said late Wednesday it had received information that missing teenager Autumn Sanville had told friends she planned to run away from home and "asked not to be contacted."

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2 comments :

  1. Think about it although it may be true, think of the possibility that if one wanted to kill someone all they'd have to do is tell whoever that she/he said that they were running away and then maybe that person could really make that person disappear? Maybe I'm watching too much TV.

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  2. The family responded to the VT State Police press release. They said they are worried that, by describing it as a voluntary, run-away situation, it will reduce the resources and efforts involved in finding Autumn. They also are concerned that, even if she did run away, Autumn could be with people who are older, could be hurting her, etc. We just don't know. I wish there were someone to tell us how the community can help in looking for her.

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