UPDATED: Missing 13-year-old found safe

Teen last seen in Vic West found safe

UPDATED: According to the Victoria Police Department Lia Barker has been located and is safe. They thank the public for their assistance.

The Victoria Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating missing teen Lia Barker.

She is 13-years-old, Caucasian, five-foot-eight-inches tall and weighs approximately 120 pounds. She has brown hair and was last seen wearing burgundy sweatpants and a dark sweater.

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Barker, who may also go by the name Lia Hutton or Anatashia Hutton, was last seen in Vic West around 9 a.m. on Feb. 24 and was reported missing later that evening.

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