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The Logan County Sheriff’s Office said they have found Trance Rodenbough, the missing teen.
They said he was found early Sunday inside a church on Waterloo Rd.
He is now being treated at the hospital.
GUTHRIE, Okla. – Deputies in Logan County are asking for the public’s help finding a teenager who ran away from home and may be in danger.
Authorities say 14-year-old Trance Rodenbough left his home in Guthrie around 11:30 a.m. Thursday and never returned.
His parents talked to neighbors who reported seeing a boy walking along Sandy Ln. around that time.
Rodenbough is between 5’7″ and 5’8″ tall, weighs 125 pounds and has dirty blonde hair that is fashioned in a Mohawk style.
He was last seen wearing a brown corduroy jacket, white t-shirt with a wrap around design and blue jeans.
His family says he is a Type 1 diabetic and is currently on insulin.
Authorities say he was supposed to check his sugar levels Thursday afternoon but he did not take any of his supplies with him.
Rodenbough’s parents reported that Trance was running high on his sugar levels and if he fails to comply with his schedule, he could become very sick.
His family says they do not know anyone in Logan County because they just moved to the area from Moore.
Rodenbough does not have a cell phone and has threatened to runaway to Missouri in the past.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call police or the Logan County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 260-3204.