A young woman missing since Wednesday has been found.
Kanesha Lewis, 16, was last seen walking away from her church at 4004 Dorris Street at approximately 8:30 p.m. on April 6, police said.
According to a news release, Lewis's mother posted flyers of her missing daughter with the help of members of her church.
Someone in the community contacted Lewis's mother on the whereabouts of her daughter and she was reunited with her child, police said. The girl was in good health and will be interviewed by investigators.
Lewis has medical issues, which prompted additional concern after her disappearance.
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