Missing girl last seen with family friend found safe - CBS46 News

Missing girl last seen with family friend found safe

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Arasely Jimenez-Vasquez, 12, left home late Friday evening with a family friend and has not been located after multiple attempts of contacting her over the past three days. Arasely Jimenez-Vasquez, 12, left home late Friday evening with a family friend and has not been located after multiple attempts of contacting her over the past three days.
Armando Aguilar was last seen with 12-year-old Arasely Jimenez-Vasquez, who is now missing. Armando Aguilar was last seen with 12-year-old Arasely Jimenez-Vasquez, who is now missing.
ATLANTA (CBS46) -

Authorities have located a 12-year-old that was the subject of a Levi's Call.

Arasely Jimenez-Vasquez left home late Friday evening with a family friend. Authorities said she appears to be in good health. 

The family friend, Armando Aguilar, has not been located yet. Police said he may be driving a 2009 white Ford Econoline van with the Georgia license tag of QFD5854. Aguilar is described as a 32 year-old Hispanic male with black hair and brown eyes. He stands about 5'8" tall and weighs around 180 pounds. He has heavy scaring along the right side of his chin. He has a tattoo of the name "Ashley" across the middle of his chest. Above the name are four large stars and below are three large stars.

A felony warrant for kidnapping was issued for Aguilar on Monday.

The girl--last seen on Friday at 10 p.m.--was wearing blue jeans and a maroon shirt. She is 5 feet tall and about 120 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Atlanta Police Department's Youth Squad Unit at 404-546-4260.

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