(Updated) No one has seen 12-year-old Adrienne Solórzano since she went missing from Brandenburg Middle School in Garland, Texas, on Thursday, Sept. 26 around 11:00 a.m.
Relatives and friends of a Garland family have joined police in their search for a missing girl and now they’re asking for your help. ~ CBS News
On the morning of Sept. 26, Adrienne’s dad was at the middle school to meet with one his daughter’s teachers. Adrienne was called from her classroom to join in that meeting, but never arrived.
Under the circumstances, Adrienne was initially reported as being a runaway; but upon further investigation, the local police determined that “the girl’s disappearance is not ‘the typical runaway case.’”
Family members describe Adrienne as a very studious girl who is quiet and polite. Police and those who know the girl agree that this type of situation is out of her character.
Police in Garland are asking for the public’s help to find this missing child.
Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Adrienne Solórzano is asked to contact the Garland Police Department at (972) 205-2018.
Update: child found at a restaurant not far away from her home.
Adrienne Solorzano was found at around 3 p.m. local time Saturday after police officers received a phone call saying she was at the restaurant. Officers arrived, found the girl, and took her to the police department to be interviewed. It was not immediately clear who made the initial call informing police of her location, and authorities would not immediately discuss the circumstances surrounding Adrienne's disappearance. ~ Fox News
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