A San Diego teen who vanished in April from her home has reportedly been found alive. Brenda Condon, a spokesperson working with the Herrmann family, told NBC's "Dateline" the teen was located Sunday but didn't offer more details. The teen's mother, Rhona Kauffman, posted on her Facebook page: "I HAVE BRIANNA HERRMANN NOW!!!!! THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT Mom I am so happy but long road ahead." Herrmann, 15, left her California home in her mother's car on April 29th. Kauffman believed her daughter was lured out of her home and was not planning on being gone long, as she left her wallet and retainer behind.