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Missing Temecula Teen Home Safe

Fliers for the missing teen, Victoria Ayala, 16, had been posted around town and on Facebook.

A Temecula teen reported missing by her family and friends on Sept. 1 has returned home safely.

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department deputy Albert Martinez said the teen was back home today.

Fliers for the missing teen, Victoria Ayala, 16, had been posted around town and on Facebook.

Martinez did not provide detail into the teen’s disappearance, but he did confirm she was unharmed.

Brenda September 11, 2012 at 09:42 PM
Children, teenagers do NOT realize the pain they cause their parents and loved ones when they run away. For whatever reason it is. I will put it out there that it is most likely a boy :/ They just do not understand that the kids they are friends with now, or the boys they think they love now, are not going to be the same persons, nor will they love them, or even be around them in another 3,4,5,6 years. Their FAMILY will be!! There will be new friends, new boys to go through one at a time till you meet the right one, not just some guy who is putting notches in his belt while he learns to say I love you. If teenagers would realize that.............they would not run away, there would not be problems with their parents. NOthing, it would be peaceful, they would do homework, go to school, not lie and sneak around. :/ NO ONE, is worth leaving your family, or causing them that kind of pain. NO ONE, espcially at 14, 15, 16. Also anyone, boy, girl, or their parents, or whoever you stay with ARE GUILTY Of aiding and abetting and should have charges brought against them.
Adrian September 12, 2012 at 09:44 AM
I am glad to hear that she is home, and safely so. I saw some of the posters in the Old Town area. I am not sure where she was when she went missing, but I have noticed some unsavory characters in Old Town lately and I was fearful that she might have encountered one of them.
That Temecula Guy September 12, 2012 at 03:08 PM
Another case of Buzzelli-Bailey Syndrome? Remember when these two caused much ado, and the parents didn't offer statements after the entire community went all-out to assist. They have their own snopes page now. http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/missing/buzzelli.asp

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