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OPD: 3 Missing Oxford Teenagers Found


On April 26, the Oxford Police Department used its social media pages to seek help in locating three Oxford teens, who have now been found.

The three teens are identified as Brittany Norphelt, Keirrah Delbridge and Bethany Norphelt. According to OPD, the teens were last seen after school on Tuesday.

The Oxford Police Department used its social media again around 8 a.m. to announce that the three girls have been found. There was no further update on where the teens were found or why they went missing.

Major Jeff McCutchen said, “The three girls were spotted in Senatobia, Mississippi early this morning. They were identified by a Senatobia Police Officer who saw their pictures on social media. He saw them at a gas station where he was able to identify them. Once he confirmed they were indeed the missing girls from Oxford, he contacted our police department and we have sent officers to Senatobia to interview them as well as get a status of their well being. We do not have all those answers as of yet. At this point the investigation is on going.”

Emily Newton is a staff reporter at hottytoddy.com and the editor of Experience Oxford magazine. She can be reached at emily.newton@hottytoddy.com.

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