Police Find Missing 12-Y.O. Girl With Autism *UPDATE*

Missing 12-year-old Christina Hines


Cleveland Police Sargent Jennifer Ciaccia, reports the girl has been located, is in good health and being returned to her family.

Cleveland Police are searching for a missing 12-year-old girl with autism.

The girl's mother says her daughter goes by several names, including Christina Hines, Tina Hines, Christina Pettit and Tina Pettit. 

Her mother told police Christina left their St. Clair Avenue home around 7 Sunday morning to go to Wendy's. She was reported missing around 8:20 when she did not return.

Police say Christina has autism and ADHD. She is described as being 4-foot-11, around 94 pounds, and was last seen wearing a navy blue shirt with buttons and khaki-colored pants with a hole.

A witness, told authorities she saw the girl get into a black four-door Cadillac, with Ohio license plate  "HKG-7808, in the parking lot of a restaurant at E. 185th Street and Nottingham Road.

Anyone with information on Christina's location is asked to contact Cleveland Police at (216) 621-1234.

(image courtesy Cleveland Police Department)

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