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Stephanie M. Carambot | Aurora police

Police: Missing 17-year-old Aurora girl found unharmed

SHARE Police: Missing 17-year-old Aurora girl found unharmed
SHARE Police: Missing 17-year-old Aurora girl found unharmed

A 17-year-old girl reported missing and presumed to have run away early Tuesday in west suburban Aurora has been found safe.

Stephanie M. Carambot was last seen by family members about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday at her home in the 400 block of Lakelawn Boulevard, according to Aurora police.

She was presumed to have run away, and police feared she might be in danger.

But police said Sunday afternoon that she had been found unharmed and reunited with her family.

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