ATLANTA — UPDATE: An Atlanta Public Schools spokesman confirmed to Channel 2 that Caitlin Winchester has been found safe.
“Atlanta Public Schools Police Department (APSPD) can confirm that Caitlin Winchester, the North Atlanta High School student who went missing on August 5, has been found safe in Arlington, TX. The family has been notified and has requested privacy at this time. APSPD continues to work with the FBI on the next steps in the investigation. No additional details on this case are available. APSPD thanks the community for the outpouring of support during the investigation.”
Atlanta Public Schools police are searching for a 14-year-old girl who vanished after her first day of high school.
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Caitlin Winchester was last seen leaving North Atlanta High School around 4 p.m. Thursday. She was walking south on Northside Parkway towards Mount Paran Road.
A metro Atlanta staffing company is now offering a $100,000 reward through Crfor information leading to her safe return.
That reward has now been updated and is being offered through Greater Atlanta Crime Stoppers.
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