An out-of-state teenage girl was found Thursday afternoon at a Mission Valley apartment complex, hours after relatives reported her missing Thursday morning.
Shyla Goldborg, 15 and of Montana, was found safely by a sheriff's deputy and taken to the search's command post at about 5:30 p.m. where she met her brother and sister-in-law.
She had been staying with them at their Mission Valley home on the 10300 block of San Diego Mission Road, but she left the home Wednesday evening without telling anyone, said sheriff's spokeswoman Melissa Aquino.
Aquino said Goldborg is "okay," and it was still unclear why she didn't alert her family.
The deputy found her at a Mission Valley apartment complex and gave her water. A paramedic also provided a checkup, Aquino said.
An Amber Alert was not issued because there was no indication of an abduction, but Goldberg was not believed to be a runaway, Aquino said.
The Sheriff's Search and Rescue command post was set up at 10405 San Diego Mission Rd, and volunteers launched their search east of the stadium and the river bed.
The San Diego Police Department also assisted in the search.