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Missing Lucas County teen has been found

(Source: Lucas Co. Sheriff) (Source: Lucas Co. Sheriff)
(Source: Lucas Co. Sheriff) (Source: Lucas Co. Sheriff)
TOLEDO, OH (AP) -

The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office says a missing Lucas County teen has been found Monday and is safe.

Ashley Renee Pasker went missing from her place of work on the 6500 block of Airport Hwy. on January 8 just after 4 p.m.

She did not return from a break and was believed to be with a friend in the Toledo area.

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