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NEW: Top clinician for notorious treatment center gets 5 years in prison

Jupiter Police: Runaway teens found in Riviera Beach


Update 5:40 p.m.: Jupiter Police say Danielle Feinberg, 14, and Hannah Theriault, 15, were found near Military Trail and Leo Lane in Riviera Beach and are safe. 

Update 3:50 p.m.: Jupiter Police say the two teens who left home Sunday were seen again in Palm Beach Gardens Wednesday but have yet to return home.

Police say Danielle Feinberg, 14, and Hannah Theriault, 15, seen on Military Trail outside of the Woodbine community wearing dark, oversized T-shirts, shorts but no socks are shoes. Officials say the girls looked disheveled and did not appear to be carrying any personal property.

Anyone with information is asked to call Jupiter police at 561-746-6201.

Original Story: Jupiter Police are asking the public to help find two runaway teen girls who have left their homes on foot.

Danielle Feinberg, 14, and Hannah Theriault, 15, were seen on Sunday in the parking lot of Chasewood Plaza on west Indiantown Road and then again on Tuesday walking on Legacy Drive in Palm Beach Gardens.

Feinberg, who has brown hair and hazel eyes, was last seen wearing a pink tie-dye shirt and bathing suit. Theriault, who has long, straight brown hair and blue eyes, was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and bathing suit.

Anyone who may have information about where the teens’ location are asked to call Jupiter police at 561-746-6201.


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