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Missing Person Georgia Whitney Guest

UPDATE: Melissa posted on her Facebook page that Whitney has been located and is safe.

Whitney Guest is missing from her home near Fayetteville, Georgia and she was last seen at a Starbuck’s in Fairborn.  Melissa Guest, Whitney’s mother posted on Facebook the Whitney had lost her phone and was not able to reach anyone, reports CBS46.  She also stated it was out of character for Whitney to take off alone.

Melissa has received numerous questions regarding Whitney’s disappearance and posted on Facebook a response to some of those questions:

I want to answer a few of the most frequent questions/comments I’ve been getting.

The tape from Starbucks has been requested… it goes through corporate in Seattle so there are hoops to jump through.

Whitney did not join messenger last night around 8:30. I had gone into an inactive account and accidentally activated it.

The post that several of you have pointed out: I do know the young man and he is a friend from the SN community but I did pass it along to the investigators in case they would like to talk to him.

Please, please, please forgive me if I don’t answer your phone call. I’m doing a pretty good job of holding it together but don’t do well talking live.

Fayette County has the lead on this but other jurisdictions are offering their assistance.

I can’t express how much I appreciate the support, love, and especially PRAYERS. Please keep praying! The love from 99.99% greatly outweighs the one highly inappropriate gif that was posted. Thank you for having my back!!

Whitney has a developmental disorder and also takes medication for seizures.

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The Fairborn Police Dept. is asking for the public’s help in finding her.  If you have seen her or have any information on her whereabouts, you’re asked to dial 911 or call the Fairburn Police Department.

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