A 16-year-old Clovis girl, missing more than two weeks, has been found safe in Detroit, family members said Tuesday night.
Aly Marques will be "returning to Clovis as soon as arrangements can be made," her uncle, Sam Haskell, wrote on his Facebook page. "We haven't been given any other details yet."
Haskell said the family learned from the FBI that Aly had been found.
Laurie Haskell, the girl's aunt, sent Clovis Media Inc. a Facebook message, also confirming she has been located. "I don't know anything else yet … just she's OK," she wrote.
Clovis police said Aly disappeared from her Clovis home on June 7 and may have been spotted hitchhiking between Clovis and Portales that same afternoon.
Aly was initially listed as a runaway, but her status was changed to "endangered" on June 12 by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety. Laurie Haskell said Aly has been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and had wandered away and become lost at least twice this year before June 7.