ST. GEORGE – Sally Lawlor, 17, of St. George, who went missing Wednesday and was thought to be headed to New York was found by police Saturday morning at 8 a.m. in New Castle County, Del.
“She is safe,” said Melodie Lawlor, Sally’s mother. “She is unharmed and in protective custody.”
Sally Lawlor was found over 2,000 miles away from her home at a male’s home in Delaware. She has been missing for over 72 hours. Sally Lawlor’s family will be traveling to Delaware to bring her home.
“We need to go out and get her,” Melodie Lawlor said. “Not quite sure how that is going to happen with costs, tickets, flights.”
The police are holding Sally Lawlor for safety and will be finding a spot in a shelter for her until her parents arrive. Sally Lawlor’s family is in good spirits.
“I’m feeling really good,” Melodie Lawlor said. “I’ve been calm through this whole thing.”
This is a developing story.
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