Update: 12-Year-Old Oswego Girl Has Been Found
Aurora Police have found Hazel Maria Gonzales, who was missing since Thursday morning.
Update, 7:55 p.m., Friday
Hazel Gonzales has been found safe and sound, according to Aurora Police spokesman Dan Ferrelli.
More details will be forthcoming tomorrow.
Update, 2:15 p.m. Friday
Aurora Police say they have found no clues as to Hazel's whereabouts, but do not suspect foul play in her disappearance, according to the Aurora Beacon.
Hazel has not gone missing before, Aurora Police spokesman Dan Ferrelli told the Beacon. He said a search of her Facebook failed to turn up any clues.
A 12-year-old girl from Oswego has been reported missing since Thursday morning, according to an Aurora Police Department bulletin.
Hazel Maria Gonzales, 12, was dropped off at her grandmother's house in the 300 block of Cedar Street, Aurora, about 6:15 a.m. Thursday. She never showed up to Jefferson Middle School. She lives in the 100 block of Harbor Drive, Oswego, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Jefferson school administrators contacted Hazel's mother at 10 a.m. after she did not show up for class. Her family last reported seeing her at 7 a.m.
According the the bulletin, Hazel's phone goes straight to voicemail.
Police believe she may be in the company of "unknown high school aged subjects" near the grandmother's house, according to the Tribune, but have been unable to contact her.
Aurora Police are asking anyone with information about Hazel’s location to call (630) 256-5500.