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FLORIDA AMBER ALERT UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old girl from Volusia County found safe, police say

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — UPDATE, 3:30 p.m.: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said Barbora was found safe just before 12:30 p.m. and the Amber Alert is canceled.

Action News Jax’s sister station WFTV in Orlando has confirmed that she was located in Marion County by law enforcement.


The 2014 blue Dodge Caravan that she was believed to have entered was found in Clay County, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office confirmed, but she was not with the vehicle.

The investigation is ongoing and another update will be given Tuesday night.

Original story below:

Law enforcement in Central Florida is on the lookout for a teenager who was reportedly kidnapped in Volusia County.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement sent out an Amber Alert on Monday evening after reports of missing 14-year-old Barbora Zdanska.

Daytona Beach police said Barbora got into a car Monday and then sent her family a message that she had been kidnapped.

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Barbora has blonde hair and blue eyes, and was last seen wearing a black Adidas sweatshirt with white stripes and black jean shorts.

Police said early Tuesday morning that the 2014 blue Dodge Caravan that she was believed to have entered had been found, but she was not with the vehicle.

Read: Amber Alert issued for missing Volusia County teen

Neighbors near Boynton Boulevard, where Barbora was last seen, said they have been getting together to try and share what they know.

Police said anyone who knows where Barbora is should call 911.

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