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Alpharetta teenager reported missing, local authorities seek public help in locating him

Alpharetta, Georgia – The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety (ADPS) needs help from the public to find Aiden, a 13-year-old boy, who has been missing since earlier this month.

Aiden, a teenage boy who is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds, was last seen leaving his house. The authorities haven’t said for sure when he went missing. He was last seen wearing a gray Nike hoodie and matching pants.

The ADPS wants anyone with information on Aiden’s whereabouts to come forward. The public is asked to call 678-297-6300, line 1, and give case number 2312-0150.

This appeal extends to anyone who may have seen him around local landmarks, which he frequents. These include the Racetrac on Old Milton Parkway, Avalon, Alpharetta Community Center, Wills Park Basketball Courts, Chik-Fil-A on Windward Parkway, Target Milton on Hwy. 9, and Avensong Crossing Basketball Courts.

Aiden has gone missing several times in recent months

A lot of people are talking about the case on social media, and many locals have said that this is not the first time Aiden has been reported missing in the past few months. In each of the earlier incidents, Aiden got home safely. But the fact that he has gone missing more than once has made the community more worried and the search efforts more important than ever.

Alpharetta police have not yet given any more information about what happened when Aiden went missing.

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The ADPS is still in charge of the search, and they are depending on their own resources as well as the public’s help.

Calliope Hargrave



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