A missing 11-year-old girl has been found safe and will be reunited with her parents.
Police said the mother of Ariana Gleason called to report that her daughter was angry and didn't want to go to school when she ran away from home around 8 a.m. Wednesday.
She was last seen entering the woods near her home on SW Nehalem Lane. Officers and Washington County Search and Rescue were searching the area and parks around her home.
Police put out an alert asking for the public's help locating her.
By noon, police said she had been found. No other details were released.
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