A 13-year-old missing Texas girl was found more than 100 miles from home with some guy from the internet Twitter/@KABBFOX29, @erin_nichols
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A 13-year-old girl from San Antonio, Texas, feared to be in great danger has been found 164 miles away from her home with a 22-year-old man she reportedly met through a gaming app.

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An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday saying that Gabriella Sanders was in danger and believed to be with 22-year-old Logan Carter, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported. He was said to be driving a 2003 Subaru Outback.

By Thursday, the girl’s mother begged for her safe return on Facebook through the Heidi Search Center, “a resource for families and communities by providing educational programs, referral, advocacy and assisting law enforcement in search efforts for missing children and adults in San Antonio, Texas, and beyond.”

“Gabriella I love you. If you see this please come home,” the worried mother said.

Police made a break in the case late Friday night. Sanders was found in the parking lot of a business in Nueces County.

She was with Logan Carter, who was taken into custody on suspicion of harboring a runaway child. He was booked at the Nueces County Jail, where he listed in custody at the time of this writing.

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Sanders was returned to her family Friday night.

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