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Kentucky State Police Post 4 is requesting assistance in its search for a Clarkson teen who has been missing since Monday.
Brandi E. Higdon, 16, was last seen being dropped off at a restaurant in Clarkson where she told a friend she was going to be picked up by someone else and taken to school. She never showed up for school, police say.
According to a news release, police believe Higdon to be with 18-year-old Tyler Hill, who also has been missing from school since Monday.
Higdon left behind a note indicating her intent to runaway for a few years before returning.
Police describe Higdon as a white female, 5-foot-6 and 190 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown hair that falls below her shoulders. Higdon has stitches in her knee and scratches on her face from an wreck she was recently involved in a few days ago.
Hill is a white male, 5-11 and 145 pounds, police say. The two may be driving a silver Toyota Corolla with a Kentucky license plate of 591AFX.
According to police, the two were possibly seen Wednesday in the Opry Mills area of Nashville but were not located once police were notified.
Though police say they do not believe the two are in danger, Higdon and Hill only have a few hundred dollars on them, and it is only a matter of time before they run out of money.
"It is extremely important that we locate them before they resort to more desperate measures in obtaining more money," a Post 4 news release reads.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these two teens is asked to call KSP Post 4 in Elizabethtown at (270) 766-5078 and ask for Master Trooper Norman Chaffins or Trooper Daniel Leonard.