12-Year-Old Missing Solon Girl Found Safe: Heartwarming Reunion

12-Year-Old Missing Solon Girl Found Safe: Heartwarming Reunion

SOLON, Ohio (WOIO) – In a heartwarming turn of events, the 12-year-old Solon girl, Kinley Hubbard, who went missing on Monday morning, has been found safe and sound. Solon police confirmed this reassuring news at 6:15 p.m. on September 5.

When Kinley Hubbard went missing, officers promptly reached out to the community for assistance in locating her. She had willingly left her home at around 6 a.m. on Monday, boarding a bus. Concerned for her safety, the community rallied together to aid in her search.

While Kinley’s return has brought relief, there is currently no further information available about the circumstances surrounding her safe return. Her reappearance marks a moment of joy and relief for her family and the Solon community.

Throughout the search for Kinley, authorities had offered a reward for any information that could lead to her safe recovery. This incentive encouraged the community to remain vigilant and play an active role in the search efforts.

On Tuesday, Solon police issued an Endangered Missing Child Alert for Kinley Hubbard. Although it was not classified as an Amber Alert, authorities believed that her safety was at risk, heightening the urgency of her safe return.

Carlos Hubbard, Kinley’s father, expressed his deep love and concern for his daughter during the search. “We just want her to know she’s not in trouble,” he said. “We love her and will do anything to make her happy and get her back.” This heartfelt plea resonated with the community and underscored the importance of her safe return.

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