FORT FAIRFIELD, Maine — A teenage girl from Fort Fairfield who was reported missing by her mother has been located and is safe, a public safety dispatcher confirmed Saturday morning.
Tyana McLaughlin, 16, had not been seen since 4:30 p.m. Thursday, when she left her Fort Fairfield residence, police Chief Shawn Newell said Friday in a news release.
McLaughlin’s mother, Nicole Leseure, had “brief phone contact with her that evening but has been unable to talk with her since that time,” Newell said in the release.
The girl reportedly turned herself in to police Friday night.
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