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Communication Equipment Stolen From Anderson Co. Teen

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FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ky (LEX18) The Franklin County Sheriff says that a 14-year-old child has been stripped of her voice after her communication tools were stolen while she was at church.

Without her $17,000 Tobii Dynavox laptop and phone, 14-year-old Layne Barlow cannot communicate with anyone. 

The girl's family and Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton are begging for the community's help.

"Better off to do it now and turn it in no questions asked, because shortly it's going to be too late when we come knocking on your door," Melton said.

The tools were stolen Wednesday while Layne was attended church with her grandparents. The thief noticed their van was unlocked and stole the laptop, cell phone, and other electronics. 

If anyone has any information about the theft or knows where the equipment is, call the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. A GoFundMe has been set up for the Layne. Click here to donate. 

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