Missing Noblesville woman located

Chelsea Batman was last seen on April 5 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Chelsea Batman

Chelsea Batman (April 6, 2012)

Noblesville, Ind.

The Noblesville Police Department has confirmed 19-year-old Chelsea Batman has been located. Batman has requested that her location be undisclosed.

Police said Chelsea Batman disappeared sometime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Thursday. She was last seen at her home on the 6500 block of Buttonwood Drive by her mother.

Batman's mother began looking for her in the neighborhood Thursday evening and found her cell phone at a park next to Morse Reservoir. On Friday, police searched the area, but said they did not come up with anything.

Chelsea's sister, Miranda Batman, told Fox59 Chelsea wouldn't leave her phone like that.

"It would be extremely unusual for her just to kind of carelessly toss her iPhone, you know, to the side like that. It was her baby."

She said Chelsea enjoyed taking walks in the neighborhood and that she might've gone on a walk Thursday morning. She doesn't think Chelsea would've just walked away.

"She was normal," said Miranda Batman. "I mean she was talking about wanting to go for a run, she wanted to get in shape."

She described her Chelsea as "the sweetest girl. She's really quiet and shy."

She begged the community to help bring her sister home.

"It aches to not know. You feel empty. And you just worry," said Miranda Batman. "Please keep our sister in your prayers, because we miss her and we want her to come home. We want her to be safe."

The family created a Facebook page called Please Help Find Chelsea Batman  to provide updates on the search and spread the word about Chelsea's disappearance.


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