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Sienna Carter has been FOUND!

As a follow-up to our last email, Sienna Carter, a 13-year-old girl from Fort Bragg, California has been found. Congratulations to law enforcement and everyone in the community who worked hard to bring her home. Although we can not provide too many details concerning a case-in-progress, we wanted our donors to know she is safe.

Sienna has been found

On Friday, Jan. 3, Sienna was with her family at UCSF’s Madison Clinic for Pediatric Diabetes when she left the facility to “get some air” and never returned. She was seen two miles away from the clinic and was witnessed walking away with a man in the Tenderloin District.

Before walking away with the man, Sienna was seen “shivering in the alley” by a restaurant server in the area. The server was concerned about Sienna being alone in the city and invited her inside the restaurant. She reported that Sienna left the restaurant, “walked quickly and met a man, they embraced and walked off on foot.”

Sienna was found safe yesterday afternoon on San Francisco’s Embarcadero. The man who was found with Sienna is now in custody.

Predators are targeting young girls all over the Bay Area. These girls are often too trusting, and even the most engaged parents may not realize what is going on until after tragedy strikes. Special Operations is a Public-Private Partnership between the community and law enforcement that helps rescue victims and target criminals. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly towards keeping kids safe in the Bay Area. We cannot do this work without your support, please consider donating today.
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