By: Savannah Smith | 10-04-2017 | News
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Atlanta Police Asking Public’s Help to Locate Three Missing Teens

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The police are seeking the public’s help in locating three separate missing teens in metro Atlanta.

19-year-old Denver Jondrea Parker from Rockdale County is missing and was last seen leaving her home on the 4000 block of Clay Court in Conyers on September 27.

Parker is described as a black female, around 5’6” tall and weighing about 170 pounds. No information has been shared yet regarding the circumstances on why she has gone missing. But anyone with any lead or useful tip on her whereabouts is requested to contact the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office at 770-483-4200.

16-year-old Caitlin Marie Boatner from Cherokee County is also missing. She was last spotted in the area of Highway 92 near Woodstock. She’s described as a white female. About 5’3” in height and 143 pounds in weight.

The police also did not release information on possible circumstances why Boatner has gone missing. They are also requesting the public’s assistance in finding Boatner. Anyone with useful tips or any knowledge on the teenager’s whereabouts are requested to call immediately the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office at 678-493-4080.

The third teenager gone missing in a separate incident is 17-year-old Ethan Lee Matthews, who was last seen behind the wheels of his father’s vehicle along the area of the Georgia Dome early Sunday morning. The vehicle is a 2011 Range Rover with Georgia license tag of PKT7687.

Anyone with information where Matthews can be located is advised to immediately reach out to Alpharetta Police or 911.

The cases are likely unrelated, but still worrying that three teens are missing at once. Authorities are counting on the community’s sense of solidarity to help solve the mystery behind the teens’ disappearance.


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