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Search Continues for Missing Water Valley Teen

By Alyssa Schnugg
News Editor

Dylan Driggers

The Yalobusha County Sheriff’s Department is asking for help to locate a Water Valley teenager.

Dylan Driggers, a 17-year-old white male, walked away from his home in the Mt. Liberty Community on County Road 121 in the Water Valley area around 4 p.m. Saturday.

Dylan has Asperger Syndrome and has gone missing on previous occasions. He is the son of Les and Sherry Driggers.

Deputies with the Yalobusha County Sheriff’s Department have been looking for Dylan overnight and are continuing their search today.

If you see Dylan, call Yalobusha County Sheriff’s Department 662-473-2722 or 911.

Friends of the family are organizing volunteers to help search for Dylan. The search party is meeting at 1714 CR 230 Water Valley this afternoon [Sunday]. To join the search party, call 662-816-7413.



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