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UPDATED 10/15/2014 7:55 A.M. –

GUTHRIE, Okla. – A missing 15-year-old Guthrie boy with a medical condition has been found safe in Edmond, Okla.

Logan County Sheriff’s Deputies say Trance Rodenbough was found around 7 a.m. Wednesday near I-35 and 15th Street in Edmond.

Authorities was last seen around 6:15 a.m. Tuesday and were concerned about his health.

Trance is a Type 1 diabetic and his family said he didn’t take any of his medication with him.



GUTHRIE, Okla. – Deputies are searching for a teenager who ran away from home early Tuesday morning.

Logan County deputies are searching for 15-year-old Trance Rodenbough, who was last seen around 6:15 a.m. on Tuesday.

Trance is a type 1 diabetic and his family says he did not take any of medication with him.

Authorities say he has been having issues with his blood sugar spiking.

At the advice of his doctor, he was taken out of school until his health could be controlled.

Trance may be wearing a gray camouflage hoodie, blue jeans and black tennis shoes.

He may also have a dark brown shoulder bag and skateboard with him.

In February, Trance ran away from his home and was found several days later in the Waterloo Rd. Baptist Church.

When he was found, he was in need of immediate medical attention.

If you see him, call the Logan County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 260-3204.

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