Missing teen returned home

UPDATE (WZZM) - Facebook posts to the Abbie Miller Missing page indicate that Abbie has returned home safe.

Officers from the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety say they located Abbie late last night at an address on Mercury Drive.

Abbie was returned to the home of her Father.

GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (WZZM/GRAND HAVEN TRIBUNE) -- On Monday, pictures of 17-year-old Abbie Miller flooded social media. Miller was last seen wearing a plaid bikini top and shorts as she rode her light blue bike on Friday afternoon in downtown Grand Haven.

Miller is described as 5'3" tall weighing about 135 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, and a big smile with braces, said Miller's mother, Andria Woiwode.

Family say it's unusual and out of character for Miller, and she hasn't left without leaving a message before.

Miller's father, Chris Hoisington, filed a police report when Miller failed to return home.

"I haven't seen her or heard from her," Hoisington said. "I miss her a lot."

Based on the police report's information, Miller is reported as voluntarily missing, said Director Jeff Hawke, of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.

"That's not the girl I know at all," said Jessica Hoisington, Miller's aunt.

Here's a link to the Facebook site devoted to finding Abbie.

Abbie was reported missing by her father on Sunday, according to Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Director Jeff Hawke. Investigators say a witness might have seen Abbie in the Holland area Saturday evening.

Anyone with information is asked to call Grand Haven DPS at 616-842-3460.


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