Missing 11-Year-Old from Brooklyn Park Found; Children Taken into Protective Custody

Missing 11-Year-Old from Brooklyn Park Found; Children Taken into Protective Custody Photo: KSTP

June 18, 2018 05:10 PM

Brooklyn Park police report a missing 11-year-old girl has been found. Neighbors tell KSTP's Ellen Galles the girl was dropped off at a clinic in Bloomington.

Neighbors said the girl appeared unharmed, but she didn't talk in the car when they drove back to her house.

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Police have confirmed this update and plan to speak with media at 5 p.m.

KSTP has removed the 11-year-old's name and picture from the original story because she is an alleged victim of abuse. 

This is a breaking news story. KSTP is working to get more details on this story and will post updates as more information becomes available.

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Brooklyn Park police are asking for help finding an 11-year-old girl who has been missing since 3 a.m. Monday.

According to a press release from the department, the 11-year-old was last seen leaving her home on the 8200 block of Queen Avenue on foot. 

Officers discovered "concerning living conditions" and an "uncooperative mother." The department said the two had an argument. The other children were taken into protective custody. 

Police said in a Facebook post the 11-year-old was reported missing from the Norwood neighborhood, which is on the east side of Brooklyn Park. A search of the neighborhood was unsuccessful in locating the 11-year-old.

Police added in the release, "Because of the lack of cooperation we have no other description.  The case remains under investigation."

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said she is 4-foot-10, 80 pounds and has brown eyes and black hair.

Those with information should call 911 or the Brooklyn Park Police Department at 763-493-8222. 

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