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Update – missing Upton teen found safe

Kyla Emily Gienger Photo/submitted

Kyla Emily Gienger
Photo/submitted

Upton – UPDATE – The family of missing teen Kyla Emily Gienger posted this Facebook update tonight –

Kyla has been found safe!!! Thank you all so much for all of your support! We appreciate it so much. No further details can be provided at this time. Please avoid contacting the family for further information right now.

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Family and friends of Kyla Emily Gienger are searching for the 17-year-old Upton girl after she disappeared from her home during the middle of the night on March 19.

Kyla’s family said that she left her psychological medications behind and is therefore likely “severely anxious and a flight risk.” They urge anyone who sees Kyla not to approach her but rather call the Upton Police Department at 508-529-3200.

Kyla is 5’6” and 195lbs, with a heavy-set build, has brown eyes and short brown hair, although she may be wearing a wig. She is white, Hispanic, and tans easily, according to her family.

She was last seen wearing grey sweatpants with pink down the sides and a bohemian backpack.

She has a number of piercings and scars on her forearms.

For more information visit Facebook.com/FindKyla.Find Kyla poster (Mobile)

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=72744

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