Joanna and Henry Salas

Joanna and Henry Salas walk along <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000946" title="Chevy Chase" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/chevy-chase-PECLB000946.topic">Chevy Chase</a> Drive in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501531140" title="Glendale (Los Angeles, California)" href="/topic/us/california/los-angeles-county/glendale-%28los-angeles-california%29-PLGEO100100501531140.topic">Glendale</a> early Thursday with fliers featuring a photo of their daughter, Nancy, 22, who had gone missing Wednesday. She was found Thursday in Merced, Calif., where she told authorities that she had been kidnapped. Late Thursday, Salas told Glendale police that she had made up the story of the kidnapping.
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( Al Seib / Los Angeles Times / May 13, 2010 )

Joanna and Henry Salas walk along Chevy Chase Drive in Glendale early Thursday with fliers featuring a photo of their daughter, Nancy, 22, who had gone missing Wednesday. She was found Thursday in Merced, Calif., where she told authorities that she had been kidnapped. Late Thursday, Salas told Glendale police that she had made up the story of the kidnapping.
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