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13-year-old found in Franklin County

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Update: 10:41:
The family of 13-year old David Hardy tells Katie Love that the boy has been found. She's getting more details now.

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Franklin County Sheriff's Office is trying to find a 13-year-old boy named David Earl Hardy. The sheriff's department classifies David as a runaway and they are trying to reunite the young boy with his family.
 
David left the Hardy area on Sunday, January 26th and was last reportedly seen in the area of Rutrough Road in Roanoke City around 7am that day. At that time, David indicated interest in the Wasena area of Roanoke where he previously lived.
 
David is described as a white male, 13 years of age, black hair and brown eyes, 5'-4" tall and 130 pounds.

David is believed to have left on his own accord and no foul play is suspected. If you have seen David since Sunday or know his whereabouts please contact the Office of the Sheriff at 540-483-3000.
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