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Missing Sikeston teen found

Preston Jackson (Source: Sikeston DPS) Preston Jackson (Source: Sikeston DPS)
Preston Jackson (Source: Sikeston DPS) Preston Jackson (Source: Sikeston DPS)
SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) -

A missing 16-year-old Sikeston teen has been located, according to the Sikeston Department of Public Safety.

The Scott County Juvenile Office and the Sikeston DPS were looking for 16-year-old Preston Jackson.

A guardian reported Jackson missing last week, according to Sikeston DPS.

The teen reportedly left with a person in a gray Dodge four-wheel drive pickup truck with Alaska license plates (FCD-907) and had not returned. Officials were concerned for the teen's safety.

DPS did not release where the teen was found.

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