Missing 14-year-old girl from Shelton found safe

OlympianMarch 26, 2014 

Diana Torres, 14, was last seen in the Mountain View area of Shelton on Friday, March 21. She left messages with family members saying she planned to walk to her mother's house on Capital Hill, however, she never arrived.

PHOTO COURTESY OF MASON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE.

UPDATE: A missing 14-year-old from Shelton has been found safe, according to a news release from the Mason County Sheriff's Office.

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Diana Torres, 14, was last seen in the Mountain View area of Shelton on Friday, March 21. She left messages with family members saying she planned to walk to her mother's house on Capital Hill, however, she never arrived.

Diana is described as a white female, 5 feet 3 inches and 118 lbs. She wears braces, and has long brown hair and brown eyes. It's unknown what color of clothes she was wearing.

Family members originally reported Diana as a runaway, so a search was not started. On Wednesday, the family requested that Diana be listed as missing. There is no evidence of foul play.

If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Diana Torres, call 911, or contact Det. Danielle Rickards, 360-427-7761, and refer to case # 14-03548.

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