UPDATE: Fourteen-year-old located

UPDATE: Fourteen-year-old located

Brayden Yates has been located by police after being missing more than three weeks.

UPDATE Saturday, December 8: Yates has been located, his mother Melanie Robbins said.

A 14-year-old Kitsap County boy was missing for over three weeks.

Brayden Yates, a high school freshman, was seen leaving South Kitsap High School around 11:30 a.m. Nov. 14. Later he was spotted trying to hitchhike on Berry Lake Rd. around 2:30 p.m., according to witnesses.

A missing person report was filed with police. The Kitsap County Sherriff’s Office confirmed that Yates remained unaccounted for as of Friday.

“It’s an awful feeling for a parent,” Robbins said during a phone interview Thursday.

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