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Harrison County authorities seeking two missing teenagers

The two were last seen on Monday (Source: Harrison County Sheriff's Department) The two were last seen on Monday (Source: Harrison County Sheriff's Department)
MARSHALL, TX (KLTV) -

Harrison County investigators are asking for assistance in locating Madeline Apple, 17, a white female and Andrew Hill, 17, a white male.

Apple walked away from Heartlight Ministries in Hallsville, Texas on Monday with Hill and they were last seen going in the general direction of Longview, Texas. Madeline is described as a brunette, 5'6" and medium build. Andrew is approximately 5'10" and medium build with short dark hair.

It is believed by Madeline's family that they are traveling together and making their way toward Longview or Tupelo, MS, where Andrew is originally from and has family.

Neither subject has money and may be soliciting rides on major roadways.

Heartlight Ministries is a general behavioral center and is not a locked-down facility.

Please contact the Harrison County Sheriff's Office or Heartlight Ministries in Hallsville, Texas at 903-668-2173 with any information regarding these subjects.

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