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A Facebook post helped police locate a missing girl Thursday afternoon.
Police say someone recognized the 11-year-old from the post, walked her to the Boys and Girls Club in Pueblo and called police.
The girl was reported missing when after her parents went to wake her up Thursday morning and she wasn't there. They called police and told them the last time they had seen her was when she went to bed the night before.
Police said the girl left a note at her home on Pueblo's south side. She was believed to be a runaway, but police were concerned because she is so young.
Police said Thursday afternoon that the missing girl had been found safe and unharmed. Detectives were interviewing her.
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