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Peoria police seek assistance finding child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving

Posted 11/29/21

Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating a child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving.

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Peoria police seek assistance finding child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving

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Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating a child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving.

The child's name is Wyatt Hall, 15. He is described as a white male, 5’11”, 185bs, with brown hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt with “Eagle Electric” on the front and brown pants.

Wyatt ran away from his home in the area of 103rd and Olive avenues, around 9:30 p.m. Nov. 25.

He left on foot with a friend and it is unknown where he may have gone.

According to family, Wyatt suffers from behavioral health issues and requires medication. Officers have been actively looking for Wyatt, but have not been able to locate him.

Wyatt does have a cell phone with him but he is not answering it.

Anyone who sees Wyatt is encouraged to contact the police, 623-773-8311.

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