Brimfield teenager Megan Dye, who was reported missing on Wednesday night, has been found alive and healthy, according to a press release from the Kent Police Department Friday night.
Dye, 17, has been reunited with her family, police said.
Kent Police said they have been working with multiple agencies since this investigation began. The U.S. Marshal’s Akron office led the investigation to Cincinnati on Friday afternoon where Megan Dye was located Friday evening.
No further details were immediately available as police are still investigating what happened over the last 48 hours since Dye was last seen, police said.
Dye was first reported missing about 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday night after she didn’t report home for her 9 p.m. curfew, police said.
Her parents tracked her phone and identified her last known location to be in Tannery Park on Stow Street in Kent. She had made plans to meet with friends in Kent that evening. Her vehicle was located at the park with her purse and phone inside the vehicle.
Police had been searching for Dye in Tannery Park with volunteers from the public on Thursday and Friday.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.