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Pueblo family searching for missing teenager

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Missing 16-year-old teen from Pueblo. Missing 16-year-old teen from Pueblo.
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Pueblo Sheriff's Department is asking for help to track down a missing 16-year-old girl. Destiny Cobb was last seen on Wednesday, Aug. 2nd at her home.

She was reportedly wearing pink shorts and purple slippers. Deputies said she takes medication that she doesn't have with her.

She is described as five foot tall and 95 pounds with blond hair that she wears pulled up in a pony tail. Destiny also has the right side of her nose pierced. Her family said she took clothes with her and her cell phone, but the phone was not working.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts are asked to call  Deputy Burch With Pueblo County Sheriff's Office at (719)583-4867, her case number is 175018649. You can also contact the Bring Our Missing Home Tip Line at 810-294-4858, the case number there is BOCO170808DC.  

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