Girl, 12, missing from Logan Square located safely

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Michaela Padilla | Chicago Police

A 12-year-old girl with autism who disappeared from her Logan Square neighborhood home Friday afternoon on the Northwest Side has been found safe.

Michaela Padilla left home without her parents’ permission about 2 p.m. from the 3700 block of West George, according to Chicago Police.

On Saturday, police announced that Padilla was safely located in west suburban Forest Park.

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