Julia Palmer, 16, is reported missing, has Asperger's

by MYFOXATLANTA STAFF

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The Henry County Police Department is asking for the public to help them locate 16-year-old Julia Palmer.

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. - The Henry County Police Department is asking for the public to help them locate 16-year-old Julia Palmer.

She is diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and was last seen just after midnight Thursday at her home on Spring Valley Circle in Stockbridge.

Julia is 5-foot-three and 175 lbs. She has shoulder-length dark hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to contact Henry Co. Sgt. Snook at 770-288-8259 or call 911.



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