UPDATE April 7 2018 8am | A Gold Coast family has been reunited with their teenage daughter, more than a week after she disappeared.
Police confirmed, the 13-year-old from Robina was found safe and well on Friday.
They thanked the public for their help in locating the girl, who went missing on March 29.
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The initial missing person’s report was issued on Tuesday, with a second plea for help going out on Friday.
EARLIER April 6 2018 | POLICE are re-appealing for public help to find a 13-year-old girl, missing from Robina for over a week.
The teen was last seen at Investigator Drive around 12.10pm last Thursday, March 29.
Police and the girl’s family are concerned for her welfare due to her age.
Police believe the 13-year-old may have taken off with a man and could have travelled to Toowoomba or northern New South Wales.
Police are appealing to any members of the public who may have information in relation to her whereabouts to contact them.
The original story has been edited to remove reference to the missing person’s identity.
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