PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A missing Sharpsburg teen has been found, but police are still searching for a missing Butler County man.

The Pennsylvania State Police in Butler County Station and the New Sewickley Police Department are looking for 21-year-old Mickey Scheller of Butler.

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He is a white male, 6’02” tall, and about 200 pounds. Scheller has blue eyes, brown hair, and multiple tattoos, including a CAT logo on his forearm.

Scheller was last seen at the Prospect Corner Store on Aug. 7.

He drives a dark blue 2000 Jeep Wrangler. The Jeep has a Pennsylvania license plate number JCW 0171.

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Pennsylvania State Police say Scheller is known to frequent Mt. Chestnut, Portersville, and the Prospect areas of Butler County. He is also said to visit the New Sewickley Township in Beaver County and Hillsville, PA.

Anyone with information on Scheller’s disappearance is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Investigation Unit at 724-284-8100.

Meanwhile, Annaliese Magnelli, 12, of Sharpsburg, was found Friday night after going missing for two days.

She was found unharmed.

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