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13-year-old girl thought to be left at Virginia Home Depot found in Maryland

Fredericksburg police say the teen has been found in Maryland.

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — A teenage girl left behind at a Virginia home improvement story has been found in Maryland, according to the police department looking for her.

Fredericksburg Police initially said the 13-year-old girl was missing somewhere along the Interstate 95 corridor after she was left behind by family at a Home Depot in Virginia.

The Fredericksburg Police Department had posted on social media that they were looking for the missing teen. The department said she was last seen wearing a pink shirt with butterflies and a long black skirt. They updated their post at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, saying she had been found.

In its initial post, the police department shared some details about how the girl went missing, saying family "accidentally left her behind at a Home Depot somewhere along the I-95 corridor in Virginia."

"It's also possible she is somewhere between North Carolina and Capital Heights, Maryland," the post says.

Police have said the girl was found in Maryland but did not specify where, or offer additional details regarding her disappearance.

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