Update: 'Possibly endangered' missing 11-year-old found safe


The 11-year-old missing girl who Minneapolis police said was "possibly endangered" has been found.

In an update posted early Wednesday, the department says she was found safe, but did not offer any additional details.

Minneapolis police had asked for the public's help in locating the girl, who is said to be on the autism spectrum but is described as high functioning.

In their statement police say she had last been seen in south Minneapolis in the vicinity of the 100 block of 15th St. SE. The statement did not mention how long she'd been missing.

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