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February 5, 2008

Telfair County --  The Telfair County Sheriff's office is dragging the Ocmulgee River searching for a missing Fitzgerald teen who disappeared Saturday night.

Sixteen-year-old Thomas Spell better known as T. J. and two friends had gone camping on Boney Ferry Landing Saturday. 

The friends went to town to get something to eat and when they returned T. J. wasn't at the campsite. 

They returned to Fitzgerald on Sunday and when they realized he hadn't come home, they went back to the landing and found his vehicle in the river. 

Spell has dark blonde hair and brown eyes. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Telfair County Sheriff's Office.  

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