CLAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Clayton Police say they have located a missing teen from Clayton.
David Farmer, 16, was located by a church group in Peebles, Ohio which is in southern Ohio east of Cincinnati.
He was missing since early in the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Police said David has a serious heart condition and did not take his medicine with him.
His family hired a private search group out of Kentucky, according to Lt. Hamlin, and police are checking out reports that David may have posted something on Facebook.
Again, David Farmer has been located and is safe.
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