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Update: Missing Marion teen found in Johnson City

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Allyson "Ally" Firebaugh Allyson "Ally" Firebaugh
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Update 2:35pm:  Marion Police just notified News Channel 11  that Allyson "Ally" Firebaugh was found in Johnson City.   Police say Firebaugh was with her friend, Muhammad Abdullah.  Officers are in route to pick up the teen.

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Marion police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing teenage girl.

Police say Allyson "Ally" Firebaugh, 16, was reported missing after she was dropped off at Marion Senior High School, but did not go to class.

Police describe Firebaugh as 5'8" tall, approximately 125 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.  She last seen wearing brown pants, turquoise/blue fleece jacket, and white Nike tennis shoes.

Police say Firebaugh may possibly be traveling with Muhammad Abdullah, 19-year-old male, approximately 5'11", 150 pounds. The pair could be in a blue Infinity 2 door coupe with black rims and 30-day temporary tags or a black Lexus 4 door sedan.  Investigators say the pair could be in the Johnson City, Bristol, or Smyth County area.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Marion Police Department at (276) 783-8145 during normal business hours or the Smyth County Sheriff's Office anytime at (276) 783-7204.

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