CARMEL, Ind. - Carmel police said the 11-year-old girl they were searching for Friday evening was found safe.
Lilly Kellams went missing from her home on Deer Ridge Drive South. She was last seen in the area of Gray Road and 136th Street, officers with the Carmel Police Department said just before 10 p.m.
Police confirmed just before 11 p.m. that she had been found safe.
The circumstances of the incident were not yet released.
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