SALISBURY, Md. - On July 3, 2017 , Nyah Hudson was brought home.
It has been confirmed by Ian Hudson, Nyah's father, that she came home around 10:00 p.m. Monday night.
Search parties were sent out in public and residential areas looking for Nyah.
We are working to confirm the details with police at this time.
The Salisbury Police Department are asking for your help in finding a missing child, 14-year-old Nyah Hudson, of Salisbury. Hudson is described as weighing 80-90 lbs., with straight shoulder length brown hair and brown eyes.
Officials say she was last seen at her house on Friday around 9 PM, but investigators found that a taxi service reportedly took her to Marley Manor around 1 AM on Saturday. According to a Facebook post by Natalia Reddick, Nyah's mother, she says "The only info we know is that she had mentioned she had someone to take her to Washington. We have gotten no where with friends. Please, please share. If you have kids that go to Parkside high school please ask."
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Nyah Hudson, call Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776 or the Wicomico County Sheriffs Office at 410-548-4891.