St. Cloud cops: Teen girl reported missing found safe

Osceola County youth back with family

Missin Osceola Conty teen Amanda Haynes found safe / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Osceola County teen Amanda L. Haynes, shown here in this image preovided by the St. Cloud Police Department, was repoeted missing by her family on Monday, but has since been found safe.
 

ST. CLOUD -- A 15-year-old girl reported missing from her home nearly a week has been found safe and returned to her family, St. Cloud cops said.

Amanda L. Haynes was found 4:35 a.m. Saturday and reunited with her family. The St. Cloud police incident report didn't indicate how or where cops located the missing teen who disappeared from her bedroom a week ago today.

Amanda L. Haynes was found 4:35 a.m. Saturday and reunited with her family. The St. Cloud police incident report didn't indicate how or where cops located the missing teen who disappeared from her bedroom a week ago today.

She was reported missing by her family on Monday and reunited Saturday after she was located by cops.

"She was in good health and safe," St. Cloud police spokeswoman Sgt. Denise Roberts told Central Florida media outlets.

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