UPDATED: Abducted Mississauga teen found

Police were on the hunt for 15-year-old Alyssa Langille after she was reported missing by her family on Monday. The teen was last seen in the area of St. Barbara Boulevard and Comiskey Crescent in the north end of Mississauga on Sunday afternoon. She was said to be wearing grey sweatpants, a black sweater, and black and red Air Jordan sneakers with her shoulder length blonde hair tied into a ponytail.

The missing Mississauga teen, last seen on Sunday afternoon. Photo courtesy of: CBC News.

A witness claimed that they saw the young girl being forcefully pulled into a silver old model Honda Odyssey with tinted rear windows by two men. The first man was said to be a South Asian male around the age of 24, approximately 6'2" with brown eyes and a thin build. He had an orange turban and wore a green shirt underneath a grey sweater with cut off sleeves. The second male was only described as a South Asian male with black hair. According to her family, this isn't the first time Langille had gone missing. “We’ve reported her missing probably three times in the last couple of months. The first time that police brought her home, she was found at a hotel,” Bob Langille, the father of the missing teen, told Newtalk Monday morning. Her mother, Candy Langille said, “she is young, she is vulnerable”. Fortunately, police confirmed that they found Langille, in good health, as of 10:51 AM today. An investigation is still taking place as to what exactly happened to the young girl when she was abducted. If anyone has more information on the incident, they are encouraged to still contact 911 or Peel Regional Police Service. By Kelsey Seepersad Banner photo courtesy of: CBC News.    

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