VCSO: Deltona girl reported missing back with family

Julia T. Burk, 4, of Deltona, FL is reported missing / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Julia T. Burk, 14, of Deltona, shown here, was discovered missing Tuesday morning, but reunited with her family a short time later.
 

DELTONA, Fla. -- Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies have located a 14-year-old girl and reunited her with her Deltona family, an agency spokesman said.

Julia T. Burk was last seen around 10:30 p.m. Monday at her family’s house on Cherokee Pride Trail, before she was reported missing this morning.

But there was good news after all a short time later from the Sheriff's office regarding the 5 foot 3 teen.

"Julia was located safe and sound just a few minutes after we put out the news alert," Sheriff's spokesman Andrew Gant told Headline Surfer® this afternoon.

"Julia was located safe and sound just a few minutes after we put out the news alert," Sheriff's spokesman Andrew Gant told Headline Surfer® this afternoon.

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Posted Tue, 2015-05-19 14:00
 
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