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UPDATE: Diabetic teenager found safe

Trance Rodenbough, 14, of Guthrie, has been missing since Thursday morning, the Logan County sheriff's department reported.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: February 16, 2014 at 3:32 pm •  Published: February 15, 2014

9:30 a.m. Sunday: Missing 14-year-old Trance Rodenbough was found early Sunday inside a church on Waterloo Road, the Logan County Sheriff's Office reported.

Rodenbough was taken to an Oklahoma City hospital to receive treatment. Rodenbough has type 1 diabetes.

A teenager who is diabetic has been missing since Thursday morning, Logan County sheriff's deputies reported.

Trance Rodenbough, 14, has type 1 diabetes and requires insulin shots. He left his home about 11:30 a.m. Thursday and did not take any of his medical supplies with him.

Rodenbough's parents told authorities that his sugar levels were high Thursday morning, and without his insulin, he could become sick.

Rodenbough is 5-foot-7, 125 pounds and has sandy blond hair styled into a mohawk. He was last seen wearing a brown corduroy jacket, white shirt and blue jeans.

He was spotted Thursday night at a Guthrie restaurant and a convenience store, but he has not been seen since.

Rodenbough's parents told authorities he often threatens to runaway to live with family in Missouri. They said he doesn't know anyone in Logan County because they are in the process of moving there from Moore.

Anyone with information about Rodenbough is asked to call the sheriff's office at (405) 260-3204.