Sixteen-year-old Michaela Wells, missing since last weekend, has been located. Authorities say she’s been found at a residence in Indianapolis and is now safe in police custody. She is reported to be in good health and her parents have been notified.
Miss Wells was reported missing on March 3.
Police say she was located at 8:20 p.m. Thursday. There was no immediate word on the circumstances of the case or how she wound up in Indiana. Police have not specified where she was staying, only that she was located in a residence there.
Bellevue Police say the investigation is still continuing in Indianapolis.
Prior to being located in Indiana, Michaela had last been seen at her Grandmother's home, in the Golden Hills Subdivision at 36th and Highway 370, on Sunday evening, March 2. Her mother told WOWT 6 News Michaela took the trash out around 8:30 p.m. and didn't return.
Bellevue police confirm Michaela was reported missing on March 3. Officers said she has been entered into the database as a missing juvenile but they didn't have information indicating that she was in danger.
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