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Wilton girl, 15, missing since Thursday
Kaitlyn Flanagan, 15, was attending a scheduled appointment at a downtown business around 4:42 p.m. Thursday in Nashua, when she was last seen in the area of the Pine Street Extension, according to police.
Missing Wilton girl found unharmed
NASHUA - A Wilton girl has been missing since Thursday when she was last seen in Nashua.
Although police do not suspect foul play, they are asking for help in locating Kaitlyn Flanagan, 15.
"Parents and police are concerned for her well-being," authorities said in a release issued late Friday night.
Flanagan was attending a scheduled appointment at a downtown business around 4:42 p.m. Thursday in Nashua, when she was last seen in the area of the Pine Street Extension, according to police.
She is described as a white female, about 5' 5'', 105 pounds, with long brown hair and brown eyes. At the time she was reported missing, Flanagan was wearing black capri pants and a black V-neck shirt.
Police believe she may possibly be in the Nashua or Manchester area. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact Nashua police at 594-3500.
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