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Missing at-risk teen found safe, deputies say

Published On: Aug 06 2014 08:16:28 AM CDT
Updated On: Jun 26 2014 09:03:55 AM CDT

Photos courtesy Adams County Sheriff's Office

Evelyne Fischer, Tyler Hand

TOWN OF SPRINGVILLE, Wis. -

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office says an at-risk teen last seen at her home in the town of Springville on Friday has been found.

Evelyne M. Fischer, 16, reportedly left home with a large amount of cash around 10 p.m., officials said. She was believed to be with Tyler Robert Hand, 20, from Connecticut.

The Sheriff's Office said Fischer was found safe, but Hand is still wanted.

Hand was last seen on Friday at the Citgo Travel Mart in the Wisconsin Dells with the intent to use to a Greyhound bus back to Connecticut, according to the release.

There is a warrant for Hand’s arrest for second-degree sexual assault of a child, use of a computer to facilitate a child sex crime, disorderly conduct and battery, officials said.

Police ask anyone with information about Hand's whereabouts to contact the Adams County Sheriff’s Office at 608-339-3304 or 1-877-885-9977.

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