UPDATE: Missing 10-year-old autistic girl found safe
Girl operates at a 5-year-old level
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — UPDATE:
Emily Brallier has been found safe.
Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies are searching for 10-year-old Emily L. Brallier who went missing Thursday night.
Brallier, who is autistic, operates at a 5-year-old level. She went missing near the 10100 block of E. Mission Ave. around 8 p.m. Thursday. She was returning home from the hospital when she jumped out of the window and ran from her parents.
She’s described as 4-foot-3 inches tall, 60 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes and was last seen in orange/brown hospital scrubs. Brallier is not dressed for the cold and rainy weather.
She’s believed to be near Mission but in the past has made it to the Sprague and University area. Deputies say has run from them in the past and wasn’t cooperative when she was caught a few weeks ago.
If you have seen Emily Brallier or know of her location, please call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233.
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