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Police search for missing girl last seen in Columbus

Laneyce Taylor. Source: Columbus Police Department. Laneyce Taylor. Source: Columbus Police Department.
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Police are searching for a missing girl who was last seen in the South side area of Columbus.

14-year-old Laneyce Taylor of Atlanta has been missing since August 5, 2013. She ran away from her foster home in Muscogee County and was recently seen near a trailer park in the Farr Road and Winston Road area.

Taylor is described as a 5' 1" black female with brown eyes. She weighs approximately 110 lbs.

Please contact the Columbus Police Department at (706) 653-3449 or (706) 653-3400 if you have any information on Taylor's location.

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