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Kentucky Teen Girl Missing Since March 1 Found Safe, Police Say

A 14-year-old Kentucky girl has been found safe after vanishing earlier this month under suspicious circumstances, according to Kentucky State Police. No additional information has been provided at this time.

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As CrimeOnline previously reported, Kylee Greenwell, 14, was last spotted around 1 a.m. on March 1 at her home on Poole Mill Road in Crofton, a small town about 90 miles northwest of Nashville.

On Sunday, a woman named Leah Ashley Greenwell, who shares Kylee’s last name, posted a message on Facebook asking for any tips that could lead to the teen’s location. The precise nature of the relationship between Kylee and Leah could not be immediately confirmed.

“I want to say to ANYONE who might have information about where Kylee is. If you are worried about anyone knowing who told us, we will keep your information anonymous,” the post from Leah Ashley Greenwell reads.

“At this point we do not care how we find her, we just need her home safe. We will be nothing but forever grateful to you for any information we get that leads to her safe return. I just need my baby home safe. #FINDKylee #bringkyleehome.”

In a Facebook post on Thursday, Leah Ashley Greenwell posted a message to Kylee pleading with her to come home.

“Kylee Jo, if you see this, please know that we love you so much baby. Please please understand that no one is mad at you or upset with you for leaving. We are just so so scared and worried about you,” the post reads.

Kylee’s father, Justin Greenwell, sent his daughter a similar message on Friday, writing “I have a giant hole in my heart. Missing you Kylee Jo !”

So far no arrests have been announced and no suspects have been named in the incident. Earlier reports indicated that the teen may have run away.

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