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Police, family search for missing Lawrence Co. teen

Jonathan was last seen March 4 at Lawrence County High School. Jonathan was last seen March 4 at Lawrence County High School.
MOULTON, AL (WAFF) -

A Lawrence County family hopes you can help provide police with information that will help them find a missing teenager.

17-year-old Jonathan Hodge has been missing since March 4. He was last seen at Lawrence County High School in Moulton, where he checked out of school with a forged note.

It is believed Hodge could be in the Decatur-Athens area.

If you have any information on Hodge's whereabouts, you are asked to call Moulton Police.

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