Missing Sudbury Girl Found Unharmed
The following information was obtained from the Sudbury Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
A joint effort from the Sudbury and Acton police departments helped find a Sudbury girl who was reported missing on Saturday.
At about 6:12 p.m., the Sudbury Police Department received a call from a Haynes Road residence reporting a 15-year-old girl had gone missing.
According to Lt. Robert Grady, the Acton Police Department's K-9 unit helped in the search. The K-9 unit picked up a strong scent, where it suddenly disappeared, leading officers to believe the girl left the area in a car.
After further searching the area, officers found the 15-year-old in a car. She was unharmed.
No arrests were made and no other information was made available.
In other police news from the weekend:
- A Run Brook Circle couple returned home on Friday night to find a broken window. The residents called Sudbury police to report someone had broken into their home, but it was later determined a branch had broken the window.
- One person was hospitalized in a two-car accident on Friday afternoon at about 4:52 p.m. The person was transported to MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham minor injuries.
- A Rambling Road resident called 911 after his daughter thought she heard someone outside scream for help. After making the call, the father went outside to investigate but didn't find anything. Sudbury officers did find a group of youths in the area but did not report anything suspicious.
- An Old Lancaster Road resident reported a dumpster had been damaged.