Orange County

Teenage girl who had been missing for a week returns home, family says

ORLANDO, Fla. — A teenage girl who had been missing for a week, returned home to her family Sunday, her family told Channel 9.

Police said 17-year-old Jiarrah Ramos disappeared from her home on South Semoran Boulevard and Pershing Avenue last Sunday after she had been chatting with someone online.


Her family told Channel 9 that she showed up back at their apartment early this morning.

According to her family, she was upset and crying but otherwise OK.

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The family said the Miya Marcano Foundation helped get the media involved and pushed the information about her disappearance on social media.

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The family also told Channel 9 that they are going to work with Orlando Police on any follow-up investigation.

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