UPDATE: Two teens missing since Saturday, April 12 have been found safe, according to the Wright County Sheriff’s Office.
A third, a teen male from South Haven, is still missing.
The sheriff’s office reported Hannah Elgard and Olivia Corneau were found this week and were back at their respective homes.
For more information on individuals missing in the Twin Cities metro and around the state, visit the Minnesota Missing and Unidentified Persons Clearing House online.
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The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding a trio of runaway teens, including a pair that ran away from a residence in Monticello Saturday, April 12.
Hannah Elgard and Olivia Corneau of Monticello were last seen at a residence, possibly Corneau’s, on the evening of April 12. The two ran away from the residence, and authorities from the Wright County Sheriff’s Office were not able to find them.
Hannah is 16, is 5 feet, 6 inches tall with blonde hair and hazel eyes. She weighs about 110 pounds.
Olivia is 15, is 5 feet, 7 inches tall and has blonde hair (darker than Hannah’s though) and blue eyes. She weighs about 140 pounds.
Also missing since late last March is a South Haven teen who was supposed to arrive at his mother’s that weekend, but did not show up.
Jordan Olson, 17, was driving from his father’s home in Zimmerman to South Haven, but did not report in. He is about 140 pounds, 5 feet, 9 inches tall and has brown hair and blue eyes.