The Kansas City Police Department confirmed that a missing 12-year-old girl has been found safe.
Good news: Gillian was located about half an hour ago and is home safe with her family. Thanks to everyone who kept an eye out for her!
— Kansas City Police (@kcpolice) June 17, 2019
Police are searching for a 12-year-old Missouri girl who disappeared over the weekend. Her family thinks she may with an older male and in danger.
FOX 4 KC reports that Gillian A. Swain was last seen on Saturday close to Green Hills and Barry Road in Kansas City. According to the girl’s mother, Chandra Williams, Gillian was supposed to spend the night with a friend on Saturday night.
On Sunday morning at around 7 a.m., the friend’s mother called Williams and told her that Gillian had disappeared. When Williams checked her daughter’s location tracking app, she discovered it had been turned off.
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Runaway/Endangered Gillian A. Swain, 12 Y/O, 5’06”, 110lbs Last seen on 6/15/2019 in the area of Green Hills and Barry Rd.
Gillian’s family is very concerned for her well-being and safety.
If located, call 911 or notify the KCPD Missing Persons Unit at 816-234-5136. pic.twitter.com/yrXib3Gv1l
— Kansas City Police (@kcpolice) June 16, 2019
Williams said she heard her daughter may have went to a nearby town, Raytown, but police in there area didn’t find her. Williams also said she received information that Gillian may be with either a teen boy or a man in his 30s or 40s.
“We’re terrified, shaking all day, I haven’t slept in more than 30 hours,” Williams told the outlet. “This whole last week we’ve had multiple conversations about things and she cried to me and apologized and we cried together and talked about things so this really did kind of come out of the blue.”
Gillian is described as a white female who stands 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighs 110 pounds.
Anyone with information should call 911 or the the KCPD Missing Persons Unit at 816-234-5136.
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[Feature Photo: Gillian Swain/Handout]