UPDATE: Mirella Anaya Aguilar was reported by Takoma Park Police to have been found safe May 12. Mariissa Pineda was “cooperative and very helpful to police” in helping to locate the girl, they say.
— Takoma Park Police (@TakomaParkPD) May 12, 2017
UPDATE to Missing 13 year old Mirella Anaya Aguilar pic.twitter.com/Kq4hRYLT3a
— Takoma Park Police (@TakomaParkPD) May 11, 2017
Police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say a missing 13-year-old girl may be in the Reston area.
Mirella Anaya Aguilar, 13, was last seen by her mother in the Montgomery County city on May 2. The girl is 5 foot 3 inches tall, 140 pounds, with hazel eyes and brown hair. She is Hispanic, with a light complexion.
In an update to the case released Thursday afternoon, TPPD says their investigation shows the girl may be in the company of a 20-year-old, Mariissa Pineda, in the Reston area. Pineda and the girl are believed to have been frequenting the Tysons Corner Center and using the Metro from Tysons.
The Fairfax County Police Department is assisting in the investigation.
Anyone who has seen either Pineda or the 13-year-old is asked to contact Takoma Park Police at 301-270-1100, referring to Case No. 170505618.
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