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Williamson County officials ask volunteers for help with finding missing teen

Williamson County officials ask volunteers for help with finding missing teen

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The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for search volunteers to pass out a flier to help  them find a missing Nolensville teen.

Authorities worked with several agencies Saturday to look for 16-year-old Christopher Smithburg.

“What we do is, we start at the home and fan out from there. There are a number of outbuildings, barns, that type of thing, and we have searched those time and time again and we are continuing to search everything,” Sharon Puckett with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office told News 2.

Officials are asking all property owners in the Rocky Fork Road and Rocky Springs Road area who may have trail cameras to check for images of Smithburg.
“We want to be sure if there is any piece of information, any piece of evidence out there, we want to be sure to find it,” Puckett explained.
News 2 spoke with the family who thanks the community for their outpour of support. They said they are leaning on that to help them through this difficult time.

Smithburg was last seen around Noon Thursday at his home on Rocky Fork Road.  He was reported missing around 3 p.m.

Christopher is five feet, four inches tall and weighs 110 pounds.

He has black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a tan Carhart jacket, jeans and boots.

Anyone with information on the teen’s whereabouts is urged to call the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office at615-790-5550.

Courtesy of Nashville’s News 2 WKRN