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Missing teenager Trinity Daelyn Payton has been located

Trinity Daelyn Payton (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office) Trinity Daelyn Payton (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office)
RANDALL COUNTY, TX (KFDA) -

Missing teenager Trinity Daelyn Payton has been located in California. 

Trinity called a friend in Amarillo and told her that she was scared and was at the Target Store in Chino, California.  

The friend called the Randall County Sheriff’s Office who notified the Chino Police Department. 

Chino officers located Trinity and have her in their custody. 

A truck driver contacted the Randall County Sheriff's Office and said he gave Trinity a ride to California after he responded to a ride request on a message board that was arranged by an unknown person in California. 

Investigators determined that the Lyft ride that transported Trinity to the truck stop on Wednesday was also arranged from California. 

The truck driver drove her to Montclair, California and dropped her off at a Walmart.

The sheriff's office says no other details are available at this time but we will continue to keep you updated as more details become available.

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