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CAVE CREEK, AZ (CBS5) -
The family of a missing Cave Creek special needs child is turning to the public for help finding her.
Xenia Chapman, 15, disappeared Nov. 29 from a QuikTrip store at Cave Creek and Deer Valley roads. She was last seen between 11 and 11:30 p.m. with a man who had been questioned but denied knowing her.
The family said it's uncommon for their daughter not to check in. They believe she may have been taken to Flagstaff or Tuba City.
Chapman is described as 5'1" tall. She has brown eyes and dark brown/black hair. She wears braces on her teeth.
The family asks people who may know of her whereabouts to contact James Chapman at 602-326-0925.
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