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4 teens escape from DYA cottage homes

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Department of Youth Affairs is looking for four female minors that ran away from the DYA cottage homes in Talofofo at 9:08pm last night. Officials say the four were remanded to DYA for truancy and beyond control, and do not pose a threat to the community. The cottage homes they were housed is not fenced off or locked. Guam police and DYA officers have been conducting an ongoing search in the Talofofo area for the girls.

The first individual is described as being a 16-year-old Chamorro female with a dark complexion standing 5'4" and weighing 150 pounds. She has long black hair; brown eyes and was last seen wearing brown plaid shorts and a blue shirt. The second individual is described as being a 15-year-old Chuukese female with a dark complexion standing 5ft and weighing 120 pounds. She has shoulder length black hair, brown eyes and was last wearing blue shorts and a brown shirt. The third individual is described as being a 17 year old Chamorro female with a medium complexion standing 5'1" and weighing 132 pounds.

She has shoulder length black hair; brown eyes and was last seen wearing black shorts and a blue shirt. The fourth individual is described as being a 15-year-old Chuukese female with a dark complexion standing 5'3", weighing 150 pounds with long black hair, brown eyes and last seen wearing brown shorts and a beige shirt.

Anyone with information as to their whereabouts is urged to contact DYA at 735-5022, Guam Police at 475-8615 or Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP.

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