FREMONT, Calif. (KRON) — A 15-year-old Fremont girl has been reunited with her family, according to a tweet from the Fremont Police Department.
“Missing Person Magaly Belen Flores Marquez has been located safely and reunited with her family,” the tweet, sent midday Tuesday, stated.
She had been missing since April 27 and police were asking for the public’s help to find her.
Magaly Belen Flores Marquez is a student at Washington High School and she was last seen on Central Avenue in Fremont six days ago, the Fremont Police Department said.
Marquez was described as a Hispanic female with straight dark brown hair, brown eyes, and scars on both arms. She is approximately 5’4” tall and 140 pounds.
She was most recently wearing a blue T-shirt, gold necklace, black pants, blue shoes, and carrying a small black backpack.
The teen has ties in Antioch, San Francisco, San Jose, and Modesto, FPD wrote.
“According to friends, she may have met up with unknown people,” police said.
The missing girl’s brother, Erik Fernando Flores Marquez, wrote in a Facebook post that her family is desperate to find her.
“I never thought this would happen to us but I’m looking for my sister,” her brother wrote on Facebook.
He said his sister went to school the day she vanished and left school with friends, but she never made it home.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the Fremont Police Department at 510-790-6800.