Pico Rivera teen found after being missing since Wednesday
LOS ANGELES - A 13-year-old girl who was missing out of Pico Rivera since midweek is back with her family, the family confirmed to FOX 11's Chelsea Edwards Sunday.
Annahi Tejeda went missing just before midnight on Wednesday, March 22. According to her family, she left home after getting in an argument with her mother. After walking toward Montebello, the teen was last seen on surveillance footage in the area of Beverly Boulevard and Poplar Avenue.
On Sunday afternoon, the family confirmed to FOX 11 that Tejada had been found, though did not provide any information on her condition.
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Later Sunday the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shed more light on the situation. Around 2 p.m. Sunday, LASD said they were called to the 500 block of North 4th Street in Montebello. When they got there, they saw Tejeda walking out of a converted garage.
LASD also said that a man was taken into custody at the same place without incident and booked on "unrelated charges." Deputies did not say what the man's connection to the girl was.
At a press conference Saturday, Tejeda's mother Cynthia Lomeli, Tejeda's mother was in tears, pleading for her daughter's return. "We love her so much. We're all very worried about her." Now the family has been reunited.