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FDLE Cancels Missing Child Alert For Two Port Orange Teens

By on July 17, 2017 in WNDB News

Port Orange, FLUpdate: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has cancelled the Missing Child Alert for Destiny Thompson and Brittany Pickavance. If you would like further information, please call the Port Orange Police Department at 386-506-5800.

Earlier Reporting:

Two missing Port Orange girls have not been seen or heard from since July 10, and police now say they may have snuck out together.

Destiny Thompson and Brittany Pickavance, both 15-years-old and both friends, were discovered missing the morning of July 11, just after 7 AM, when Thompson’s mother, Mary Thompson, noticed that her daughter was not in her room. She found the girl’s bedroom door locked and the window partially opened. The girl’s cell phone, charger, and some clothes were missing, according to a police report released Monday.

The mother then met with Pickavance’s parents to see if they had any information, according to police reports. Pickavance was also missing, and police were notified. It is unknown what the 15-year-old Thompson was wearing or how she was planning to travel. Neither of the girls had a driver’s license, and both had very little cash on them.

Police do say that Thompson had no other known friends besides Pickavance and no other family in the area, but she may have been headed to the Daytona Beach Boardwalk or to Tennessee since she liked visiting the boardwalk and always wanted to live in Tennessee. Votran bus service was notified and an alert was put out by Port Orange Police for both girls, who are believed to be travelling together.

Thompson is 5 feet tall, 103 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. Pickavance is 5-foot-7, 100 pounds with blue eyes and blonde hair. Anyone with any information on the girls is urged to contact the Port Orange Police Department at 386-248-1777. You can also contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) or 9-1-1.

NOTE: The above photo features Thompson (left) and Pickavance (right).

Photos courtesy Port Orange Police Department.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017.



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