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Navarro’s Missing Case Begins as She is Found

The current photo of Alicia Navarro: Glendale Poice Department

In September 2019, A teen girl, who had autism left a note to her mother and disappeared from the house where she lived with her mother in Glendale, Arizona. In 2023, she is now 18 years old and showed up at the police station in the small town of Montana about 40 miles from the Canadian border. She identified herself as Alicia Navarro who was missing 4 years ago. The note said that she will be back.

At the time she went missing, her mother, Jessica Nunez claimed that she had been lured away by a predator online. Since the discovery of the 18-year-old Navarro, she looks “overwhelmed,” but healthy and happy, according to the Glendale police spokesperson Jose Santiago said in a press conference Wednesday. According to Yahoo News,

Poice stated that she asked them to remove her name from the juvenile missing list and she showed up alone. Santiago said that she seems not to be in any trouble but try not to reveal more comments about this young lady’s return.

Police interviewed Navarro, and her family and confirmed who she is. She did not need any medical attention at the time of discovery, “We are happy and at the same time we are hopeful that we will be able to supply this family with a little more closure,” Santiago said.

Navarro’s 4 years of “missing teen’s life” is still a mystery, as well as how she managed to survive. In fact, although all involved are happy to see her return safely, her reappearance is now only brought more questions.

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