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UPDATE: Missing Clark Co. teen found

OWEN (WAOW) -

UPDATE: 17-year-old Dustin Bogseth has been found. Clark Co. Sheriff's Department tells Newsline 9 the teen has been located and is safe.

Bogseth went missing Wednesday night.

Check this page for updates.

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Owen Police tell Newsline 9 that they do not suspect foul play in the disappearance of a 17-year-old Owen boy. 

Dustin Bogseth was last seen around 5:00 p.m. Wednesday after leaving Owen-Withee High School. He never returned home. 

Police searched by air and ground. They suspended their search at 4:00 a.m. Friday after snow hampered their canine search. Investigators found Bogseth's truck at an Owen park near the Popple River. The truck was locked and there are no signs that he went into the river. 

Investigators have been talking to Bogseth's friends and family. They say it is possible that he was upset over a personal situation. 

Bogseth was last seen wearing blue jeans, a Ski-Doo Jacket with white black and yellow striping. He is  5'11" with blond hair, blue eyes and weighs around 230 pounds.

If you have any information please call the Clark County Sheriffs Department at (800) 743-2420 or the Owen Police Department at (715) 229-2161.

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Police are searching for a missing 17-year-old Owen student after he went missing.

According to a press release from the Owen Police Department, Dustin Bogseth didn't return home Wednesday evening. 

Bogseth was last seen around 5:00 p.m. Wednesday after leaving Owen-Withee High School. According to the release, Bogseth was headed to the Owen Library. 

Investigators did find Bogseth's truck at an Owen park.

Owen police report they conducted an extensive ground and air search with the help of multiple law enforcement agencies. 

Bogseth was last seen wearing blue jeans, a Ski-Doo Jacket with white black and yellow striping. He is  5'11" with blond hair, blue eyes and weighs around 230 pounds.

If you have any information please call the Clark County Sheriffs Department at (800) 743-2420 or the Owen Police Department at (715) 229-2161.

 

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