Updated 3:30 p.m.
Cheyenne Corona has returned home and is safe, according to Tracy Acosta, who posted this Facebook message about 3 p.m.:
We want to Thank everyone for praying for the safe return of our daughter and granddaughter Cheyenne Corona, she is now safe at home, thanks for all who shared her info. Amanda Corona, Tracy Acosta
The family of a missing teen is asking for the public's help in finding and bringing her home.
They say 17-year-old Cheyenne Corona has been missing since Saturday, March 16, and was last seen about 5 p.m. by a taxi driver at Walmart in Cartersville.
Her mother, Amanda Corona, said on Facebook that her daughter left a corner store in the taxi bound for Walmart with more than $300.
The mom, family and friends are using Facebook to get the word out and plan to start knocking on doors in an effort to find the former Cass Middle School and Woodland High School student.
Corona is considered a runaway and Juvenile Court judge has issued a warrant for her detention, according to Bartow County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jonathan Rogers.
Corona is 5-feet-3-inches tall and 165 pounds with long, black hair; a scar on her forehead; and a nose ring on the left side.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, call 678-791-5895, the sheriff's office at 770-382-5050 or 911.
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