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Apopka Teenager Missing in Washington State


SKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. — Authorities in Washington State are searching for a missing endangered 14-year-old Apopka girl who was last seen Sunday night. Katelynn Barlow, a student at Piedmont Lakes Middle School, was with her family visiting relatives in the Big Lake area of Washington State, according to the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office. She was last seen at the home they were staying in late Sunday.

Barlow is 5′ 1″ tall, red hair, blue eyes and 120 pounds.

On Tuesday, The FBI Child Abduction Rapid Development Team joined the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office in the search for Barlow. Both agencies are calling her case an endangered missing person and are not labeling this as an abduction.

The county sheriff’s office says Barlow walked out of her family’s cabin at Big Lake at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday and has not been seen since.

Her phone was found at the Smokey Point rest stop in Snohomish County, which is about 45 minutes away from the family cabin at Big Lake. She was barefoot and wearing only pajamas and a tank top when she walked outside.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office at 360-428-3211. The family is also accepting tips at (407) 516-6696.






Katelynn Barlow, Missing Teenager


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