Girl, 11, found after going missing north of Snohomish

Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra went missing Sunday from 60th Street SE. She was found safe Tuesday.

Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra

Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra

Update at 9 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies located Roxy Taylor-Saavedra safe Tuesday evening at a home in Lake Stevens. Detectives were working to find out more about the circumstances, according to the sheriff’s office.

Original story below.

SNOHOMISH — Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help to find a preteen girl who has been missing for two days north of Snohomish.

Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra, 11, reportedly left her home in the 7400 block of 60th Street SE without permission around 7:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office. Since then, no one has reported seeing her.

Roxy stands about 5-foot-4 and weighs about 175 pounds, with brown eyes and short curly black hair. She was last seen wearing a light blue hoodie and gray shorts.

“Roxy has been known to go to residences in Seattle, Lynnwood and Sedro-Woolley,” the sheriff’s office reported. “She also frequents Fred Meyer in Snohomish.”

The public alert was released around 11 a.m. Tuesday. Over the hours that followed, detectives received multiple tips, but had not found Roxy yet, sheriff’s spokesperson Courtney O’Keefe said.

If you have any information about Roxy’s whereabouts, please call 911.

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