VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN) -- Isabella Castillo, whose family feared she was snagged by sex traffickers, was found safe and unharmed Tuesday, Vancouver police said.
Castillo, 16, had last been seen walking to her Vancouver home March 25.
Her aunt and legal guardian, Cymany O'Brien, felt the teen got caught up in a web of sex traffickers. She spoke with the media and began a Facebook page to help find the teen.
Vancouver authorities have notified Castillo's family of the news.
They say the teen was found in Vancouver, Wash.
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