SPOKANE, Wash — A missing 13-year-old from Spokane was found around midnight on Saturday according to Spokane Police Ofc. Nick Briggs.
"After an exhaustive search that included help from family members, concerned citizens, and numerous Officers from multiple units within SPD, [the girl] was located around midnight," Briggs said.
Spokane police previously asked for the public's help finding the missing teen. Police said the girl might need her medication.
The teen was last seen early Thursday morning and had not been seen or heard from since that time, according to Spokane Police Sgt. Terry Preuninger. She left home between the hours of 2 and 5 a.m. and her mother last saw her at approximately 2 a.m.
Preuninger said the teen told her friends that she would be meeting with an unknown person at an unknown park or Longfellow Elementary School near her home in Northeast Spokane. She had a medical procedure on Wednesday, Feb. 10 and was in need of medication, Preuninger said.