18-year-old on spring break is found after disappearing at bus station, MA cops say

UPDATE: 18-year-old Mimmi Huria has been safely located, according to a March 4 Facebook post by Massachusetts officials.

The original story is below.

An 18-year-old vanished from a bus station as she traveled to meet her family, Massachusetts officials said.

Mimmi Huria, a student at a boarding school in Maine, hopped on a bus to Milton to meet her family on March 2, according to a Facebook post by police.

But the bus dropped her off at a different location than usual, Huria’s father, Tony Ngaira-Huria, told WBZ News.

Huria had plans to meet her family at the South Station since her spring break was starting, police said.

She was last seen near Dewey Square wearing a black coat and khaki pants after getting off the bus at the station, officers said.

Huria, described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall with dark eyes and black medium length hair, was traveling with two pieces of luggage and a guitar case, police said.

“We just want her to know, wherever she is, we are not mad with her,” Huria’s father told the outlet. “We love her so much. We just want to have her home safe and sound.”

Anyone with information on Huria’s whereabouts is asked to call 617-698-1212, police said.

Milton is about 10 miles south of Boston.

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