Kelsie Lee: Missing from Georgia Found

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UPDATE:  3/10/14 – #BREAKING: The missing 12-year-old girl in Gwinnett County is now back home. A neighbor spotted her walking along along a road, recognized her and took her home. The girl is now reunited with her parents.

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The Gwinnette County Police Department is searching for a missing 12-year-old Georgia girl on Monday. 

Kelsie Lee was last seen by her mother at home at the Jones Bridge Circle area of Peachtree Corners when she left to take her son to school.  When she came back around 8:45 a.m. she was gone.  The other daughter said that Kelsie went out to the garbage to take some trash out and never came back.

Kelsie’s home

The Gwinnett COunty Police have set up a staging area at the 4500 block of Jones Bridge Circle. 

She was wearing jeans and a black sweatshirt.   Kelsie has long, curly brown hair. 

If you have any information about her disappearance please call 770-513-5300. 

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