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Dylan Armstrong left his home in Richardson on foot with no phone or wallet. THE family of 14-year-old Dylan Armstrong have concerns for his welfare after he left his home in Richardson yesterday (August 8) and never returned.
Dylan, who was wearing a
red New York baseball cap at the time, left the home at about 5pm with no phone or wallet.
He is described as 160cm tall (5’3”), Caucasian in appearance, with a slim build, short brown hair and brown eyes.
He was also wearing a black hoody with white letters on the front, black Adidas track pants with white stripes on both sides and black Nike runners with a white tick.
Update: 9am, Friday, August 10
MISSING teenager Dylan Armstrong has been found.
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