Missing Forest Hill teenager found Saturday at aunt's house

The missing 15-year-old Forest Hill girl who was reported missing Thursday was found Saturday, police said Sunday.

Shelby Lynn Dublar, whose family posted a flier asking for help in finding her and also notified the Harford County Sheriff's Office about her disappearance, was at her aunt's house in Cardiff.

The teenager, who lives in the 1600 block of LaSalle Road, had been missing since 10 p.m. Thursday, according to the report.

She was supposed to be staying at her grandmother's house in the 200 block of Mary Jane Lane and left a note for her grandmother before leaving for an unknown location, according to the sheriff's office report.

Shelby's mother took her cell phone away from her before Shelby went to her grandmother's house, according to the report.

Shelby has blue eyes, straight blond, shoulder-length hair and was wearing an orange Reese's Cup hoodie, black sweat pants and tan Ugg boots.

Sheriff's Capt. Keith Warner said the girl appeared to be a runaway.

"There appears to be no risk factors involved. No foul play from what we have gathered," Warner wrote in an e-mail Friday afternoon.

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