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Missing Greenville teen is home safe

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Greenville Police say 15 - year- old Abigail Trenga has returned home safely.

Police were looking for the Greenville teenager after she didn't come home Saturday night.

Police say they believe the girl ran away from home.

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Greenville Police are looking for a missing teenager.

Abigail Trenga, 15, was last seen around midnight Thursday.

Trenga was last seen wearing a long sleeve black shirt, blue jeans and light brown boat shoes.

She is medicated for ADHD.

9 On Your Side is working to get a recent photo of the teen. 

If you have seen her or know where she may be, you are asked  to call Greenville Police Department at (252) 329-4317.

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