Missing Minnesota teen found in Albert Lea

An alert was issued on Thursday after she'd not been seen in two days.
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UPDATE Friday 6 a.m.

The alert for Grace Cummins has been canceled by the Waseca County Sheriff's Office after she was found safe in Albert Lea.

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Police are looking for the public's help to find a 16-year-old girl who hasn't been seen since Tuesday.

The Waseca County Sheriff's Office is trying to find Grace Cummins, who was last seen leaving school and climbing into the cab of a blue semi-truck on Tuesday.

The truck apparently dropped her off in Albert Lea, near Hwy. 13 and Main Street West, and she hasn't been heard from since.

She's not contacted her family or friends and authorities are concerned for her safety.

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