Missing Bay Area girls found safe

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UPDATE: Mountain View police say they have located 11-year-old Diana Flores-Leiva. 


Union City police have located a 12-year-old girl who had gone missing Wednesday morning. 

According to Lt. Steve Mendez of the Union City Police Department, officers found Camila Rodriguez Thursday morning at school.  

Officers say Rodriguez had left school with a friend. Mendez says his office can’t provide an update on whether the girl’s friend was located. 

In a separate incident, an 11-year-old girl out of Mountain View is still missing.  Diana Flores-Leiva has been missing since Wednesday morning. 

Flores-Leiva was last seen at the intersection of El-Camino Real and Bay Street. 

Police are searching for two girls reported missing in separate incidents on Wednesday.

Authorities say 12-year-old Camila Rodriguez was last seen Wednesday morning in Union City when she left for school with a friend. 

Police say Rodriguez didn’t show up for school and has not been home since. 

Officers say she has no prior missing reports and there is no reason why she might have run away. 

Rodriguez’s phone has been turned off. 

She’s described a Hispanic girl, 5’1″ with long wavy brown hair and brown eyes. Rodriguez was last seen wearing a black North Face windbreaker and jeans. 

Police are also searching for 11-year-old Diana Flores-Leiva out of Mountain View, who’s been missing since Wednesday morning. 

Flores-Leiva was last seen at the intersection of El-Camino Real and Bay Street. 

Authorities say she was wearing a green sweatshirt with the word “PINK” on it, jeans, black shoes and a black backpack. 

Anyone with information on the girls’ whereabouts is urged to call 911 immediately. 



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