Find Missing Emily Pennington! ***(UPDATE: FOUND SAFE!)***

Missing teen, Missing with Special Needs, New Case

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***UPDATE***: IT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT EMILY HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE AND HAS BEEN TAKEN TO A CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AS A PRECAUTION.PRAISE GOD AND PRAYERS FOR FULL RECOVERY.

Find missing Emily Pennington!
Like all teens, she is vulnerable.
But she is especially so because she has autism.
And sees the world in her unique way.
Her school bus had dropped her off at home.
And she has not been seen since.
What happened?

Find Missing Emily Pennington!
Circumstances

Find Missing Emily Pennington! She is classified as Endangered Missing. She was reported missing to police on August 11, 2017 at 7:37 A.M. She is missing out of Franklin County, Indiana. According to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Emily Pennington was reported missing on Friday, August 11, 2017. Emily is a 14 year old teen girl. Her family reported her missing when they saw she was missing from home. The police investigation revealed that Emily’s school bus had dropped her off at her home. This was at approximately 4:00 P.M. Emily has not been seen since.

Find Missing Emily Pennington!

Deputies, volunteer fire department members, and first responders began searching the area. Emily is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’5″ and her weight is unknown. Her build is described as thin. Her hair is long, light, and brown. When last seen, Emily was wearing blue jeans. She was also wearing a white button-up shirt. And she was wearing a black long sleeve pullover. No description of scars, birthmarks, tattoos, or piercings is provided. Family members and investigators are concerned as Emily is on the autism spectrum.

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Let’s Help Bring Her Home

This girl is believed to be in danger. She is an the autism spectrum. Every person’s autism is unique to him or her. Autism is a neurological condition that affects the way one thinks and relates to the world and people. It isn’t an illness or disease. Autism does make people more vulnerable, especially to predators. Blitz this girl’s story far and wide. Someone knows something! On the police Facebook page, there are many comments expressing great concern for this girl’s well-being. And it seems most are strangers. Imagine how her family and friends are feeling.

***UPDATE***: Emily has been found safe, but has been taken to a Children’s Hospital as a precaution. Click here to read the article.

Are you someone who has information about Emily’s whereabouts? You are advised to contact the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. Call them at: (765) 647-4138. Have you seen Emily? Call 9-1-1 immediately!

A press release also confirms Emily’s missing status. Click here to read the article.

The above information is courtesy of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department. They have been handing the investigation into Emily’s disappearance. They maintain a Facebook page.

The above photo is courtesy of the AWARE Foundation, Inc.

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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is https://neverabortion.com, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site, https://alllivesaresacred.com, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site, https://www.missingadultskids.com, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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