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Found Safe: Missing 13-year-old girl from North Knoxville located

Police said Patiecents Ray Harrell, 13, left her home on Glenoaks Drive between 10 p.m. Monday and 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Update 3 p.m. Thursday: KPD says the 13-year-old girl has been located safe and is being reunited with her family. 

UPDATE 2 PM WEDNESDAY: As they continue to try to locate a 13-year-old girl, Knoxville police are hoping a recent photo of her and her bike will help in the search.

The Knoxville Police Department released the photo of Patiecents Harrell on Wednesday afternoon. 

Credit: KPD

"The Knoxville Police Department is continuing to seek the public's assistance to locate her. If seen, please call 911 immediately. Anyone with information concerning her whereabouts should call 865-215-7212."

Credit: Knoxville Police Deparment

PREVIOUS STORY: The Knoxville Police Department said that they are looking for a missing 13 years old girl who left her home on Glenoaks Drive, in North Knoxville, sometime between 10 p.m. Monday and 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Police said that the girl, Patiecents Ray Harrell, is around 5'1" and around 128 pounds with pink hair and brown eyes. They also said she may be wearing a purple toboggan-style hat with "Lucky" lettered on it. She may also be wearing a black choker-style necklace, according to police.

Police said that Harrell left with a pink backpack and a purple BMX bike with handlebar-mounted breaks and rear footpegs.

Anyone who sees Harrell should call 911, and police said that anyone with information about where she could be should call (865) 215-7212.

KPD Seeking Assistance in Locating Missing 13-Year-Old ----------... ----------------- The Knoxville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating missing 13-year-old Patiecents Ray Harrell. Patiecents, who goes by Ray, left her home in the 700 block of Glenoaks Drive sometime between 10 p.m. on Monday, August 3 and 9:30 a.m.

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