Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013 | 11:37 a.m.
A missing Utah teen, who was thought to be in Las Vegas, was reunited with her family Friday after authorities found her in the Salt Lake City area.
Indica Huddleston, 16, went missing Aug. 16 after friends dropped her off at The Junction gas station outside her hometown of Alpine. She left a note in her room at home indicating that she was frustrated and would be taken care of, said Tessa White, a spokeswoman for the Huddleston family, in a press release.
Huddleston's Facebook and phone records indicated she was in communication with several unknown people, who may have lured her to meet them, White said. Police believed she had gone to Las Vegas based on unconfirmed reports.
Police found her about 5:30 p.m. in the Salt Lake City area. No additional details are available on how she was found, White said.