Update: missing Victoria teen found safe
VICTORIA, Texas — Update 2/25/19:
A Victoria teen who went missing back on February 11th has been found, the county sheriff’s office announced.
Mariah Lynn Woodard went missing on February 11th after leaving her parent’s home late at night without their consent.
VCSO announced on their Facebook page that Woodard has been found and is safely home with her family.
Jeremy Woodard, father of Mariah, thanked the community for sharing her missing person’s post and said he is grateful for the concern Victoria has shown.
The Victoria County Sheriff’s Office is asking for any information on the disappearance of a missing Victoria child.
Officials say Mariah Lynn Woodard went missing on February 11th after leaving her parent’s home late at night without their consent.
The family have had no contact with her since then.
Woodard is seventeen years of age, with light brown hair and hazel eyes.
She is listed at 5 foot 2 inches and weighs approximately 115 pounds.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, you can reach out to VCSO investigators by dialing (361) 575-0651.
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