Vivian Gaspar-Guerrero found safe, Amber Alert called off
A 16-year-old Washington girl thought to have been abducted has been found safe.
The Mason County sheriff’s office had issued an Amber Alert on Wednesday morning after Vivian Gaspar-Guerrero’s parents found her missing from their home in Shelton. Vivian’s room was in disarray, with the window open and the screen cut.
But by late afternoon, the girl was found in Olympia, about 25 miles southeast.
Chief Criminal Deputy Dean Byrd says authorities now know it was not abduction, and the girl is being interviewed by detectives.