Update: Developmentally delayed runaway found; back with family

Andrea 'Kalissa' Bryant, 14, of Bothell is being sought by her parents and is listed by the King County Sheriff's Office as a runaway. She was last reported to have been seen near Bellevue Square on Monday (Dec. 9).
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A 14-year-old developmentally delayed girl was returned to her family Wednesday night after she went missing last week with another teenager.

The King County Sheriff's Office reports its Missing Persons Unit spoke with the stepfather of Andrea "Kalissa" Bryant on Thursday and were notified the Bothell teen is home and resting after being found by Redmond Police at The Landing in Renton.

Bryant went missing Dec. 5 and was believed to have been with a teenage boy, however, the sheriff's office was unsure whether he was also found with Bryant. The Redmond Police Department did not return a call for information Thursday.

The Reporter posted about Bryant's disappearance as she had been reported in Bellevue on Monday afternoon around Bellevue Square.



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