Missing 17-year-old Orlando girl with autism found safe


Molly Dixon has been located and is currently with police officers, according to the Orlando Police Department. She was found in good condition at Ardsley Dr. and Maury Rd. No other information has been provided. Check back for updates.


The Orlando Police Department says the 17-year-old girl was last seen on Thursday afternoon at Edgewater High School.

Police say she has mental health concerns and is autistic.

Molly is 5-foot tall and weighs around 140 pounds. She has dark blonde hair and hazel eyes. Molly was last seen wearing a long sleeve pink shirt, black pants, black socks, and slides with a peach-colored backpack.

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Anyone who sees Molly is asked to contact the Orlando Police Department at 321 235 5300.

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