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Sheriff: 'Suspicious circumstances' in June disappearance of Vail teen

Homicide detectives are investigating the disappearance of a 17-year-old Tucson-area boy who was reported missing by his family in June. Newly obtained information suggests "suspicious circumstances" related to the absence of Lincoln Stevens, authorities said.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is asking anyone with information about the case to call 911, or submit a tip via 88-CRIME.org.

Stevens was reported as a runaway on June 2, when deputies were told that he left his home in the 13000 block of Mesquite Flat Spring Drive, near Cienega High School, without his parents' permission, a department spokesman said Tuesday.

"Recently obtained information suggests there are suspicious circumstances surrounding Lincoln's extended absence," said Deputy Ryan Inglett. The new information was not released.

"The case has been assigned to Homicide Unit detectives, which is customary in missing person cases," he said.

The missing boy is white, 5'9" tall, 125 pounds, and has green eyes and blond hair," Inglett said.

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