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New Mexico child missing since Sunday

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Amarillo, TX - New Mexico's Department of Public Safety needs your help to find a missing child.

11 year-old Celeste Arnold was last seen leaving her home Sunday in Capitan, New Mexico, wearing a gray zipper hoodie.  She was believed to be en route to her grandmother's house.

She is described as white, 4 feet six inches tall and 100 pounds with strawberry or blonde hair.

If you have any information that could lead to Celeste Arnold's whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Lincoln County Sheriff's office at 1-800-687-2419.

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