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Missing teens may be in Raleigh

Posted May 3, 2011

— Chapel Hill police issued an alert Tuesday for two missing teens who were last seen in Raleigh. The pair was reported missing on May 1.

Rachel Wilklow, 16, is about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs between 90 to 100 pounds. She has brown eyes and dark brown hair with purple and pink dye.

Andrew Kinnecon, 17, is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs about 125 pounds. He has green eyes, brown hair and a pierced upper lip.  

Anyone with information about where these two might be is asked to call Chapel Hill police at 919-968-2760.


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  • FuckYouWRAL May 4, 2011

    phishin87 & lindsaybird3: I agree with you both. These kids obviously have people who are very worried about them and it's in very bad taste for people to make snide remarks!

  • phishin87 May 4, 2011

    Someone's children are missing and all you thoughtless and cruel, sick people can comment about is weight and appearance?? you people make me sick and the worst part is, some of you are parents too. god bless your children. hope they don't end up as ignorant and rude as you did!! and i hope these two kids are SAFE and come home to their families.

  • lindsaybird3 May 4, 2011

    I made an account specifically to comment on the article.
    These comments made me sick. This girl is my friend.
    If you don't have any information that can help the authorities locate her, then please bug off. She is not anoxeric she is MISSING. Andrew and Rachel are loved. They have families who miss them and want them home.

  • momeeee May 4, 2011

    She is a beautiful girl! Hope they can get their "stuff" together and get back in school and have a normal life.

  • Heather May 4, 2011

    Hardly sound anexoric, just skinny. I weighed the same at her age (a long time ago) and was an inch taller. Shouldn't be too hard to pick them out of a crowd.

  • sammyg May 4, 2011

    Sounds like they are sowing their wild oats at an early age...

  • JAT May 4, 2011

    Well, they should be pretty easy to spot!