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Paragould Police need help in finding missing teen

Brittany Leigh Carmickle (Source: Paragould Police Department) Brittany Leigh Carmickle (Source: Paragould Police Department)

PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) – The Paragould Police Department needs your help in finding a missing Paragould girl.

According to the Paragould Police Department, 16-year-old Brittany Leigh Carmickle has been missing since June 8. Police say she left home that night and has had no contact with family or friends since that time.

Police are hoping she sees this, and makes contact with family, friends, or law enforcement to let them know she is safe.

Police believe Brittany could be in the Jonesboro or Mountain Home area.

Anyone with any information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Paragould Police Department at 870-236-7621 or the Criminal Division at 870-239-7556.

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