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Missing Gallatin County teens return home safely

Missing Gallatin County teens return home safely

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Jacklynn A. Hansbrough & Cody L. Hansbrough Jacklynn A. Hansbrough & Cody L. Hansbrough
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GALLATIN COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

Two Gallatin County teens thought to have been missing have returned home safely.  

Deputy Sauls of the Gallatin County Sheriff's confirmed reports of the teen's return. 

Cody L. Hansbrough, 15, and Jacklynn A. Hansbrough, 14, both from New Haven, were believed to be with Bryan S. Roales, 19, of Evansville, Indiana.

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office believes this was not a runaway case.  Other details about their disappearance are under investigation.

Before their return, Cody and Jacklynn Hansbrough had last been seen on November 2 around 4:30 p.m.

Contact the Gallatin County Sheriff's Department if you have any information at 618-269-3137.

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