CLEVELAND (WJW) – Investigators say a 15-year old-teen who was reported missing out of Cleveland has been found safe.
The Cleveland Family Center for Missing Children and Adults said Suhail Gramago had been missing since Oct. 6.
The center sent out an update Tuesday afternoon, confirming that Gramago is back with her family. They are asking for the public to respect their privacy at this time.
The update comes a day after the center’s co-founder Gina DeJesus released the following message for Gramago:
“Hi Suhail. I’m Gina DeJesus. You may not know my story. I was kidnapped for nine years and I missed my parents every day. While I was abducted, I saw them on TV and saw how sad they were. The authorities assumed I was a runaway.
Please contact your parents. Your family loves you. Your parents are worried about you, just like mine were worried about me. Your parents have assured me you are not in trouble. That said, they are very worried. They need to know you are safe and they want you home. Please contact your parents or us at clevelandmissing.org or 216-232-6470 or Cleveland PD Detective Zola at 216-623-2755.”