COBB COUNTY, Ga. - An 18-year-old girl with autism who had been missing for multiple days is back with her family Sunday.
Jada Holmes' mother told FOX 5 that the teenager wasn't hurt, just a little bit hungry.
Holmes had been last seen at a Quick Trip on Ernest W Barrett Pkwy NW in Marietta. Surveillance photos show the teen wearing dark colored leggings and a dark colored top.
She was carrying a couple bags and may have been wearing glasses. Her family said she also sometimes wears a curly wig.
Holmes’ family had posted more than 500 fliers in numerous locations hoping someone has seen the 18-year-old autistic young woman.