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UPDATE: Missing Othello Teenager Found Safe

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Authorities say 14-year-old Ashley Cortes-Cohetero has been located and is safe. Authorities say 14-year-old Ashley Cortes-Cohetero has been located and is safe.
OTHELLO, Wash. - UPDATE:

Authorities say 14-year-old Ashley Cortes-Cohetero has been located and is safe. 

Thanks to everyone who helped find her. 

Previous Coverage: 

Deputies in Othello are searching for an endangered missing teenager. 

Deputies say 14-year-old Ashley Cortes never came home from school on Monday and her family began to worry. At 6:30pm they received a call from Ashley, who said she was abducted in a car. The phone then cut out and the family has not heard from Ashley since. 

Ashley is Hispanic with shoulder-length dyed red hair from her original dark brown. She has brown eyes, and is 105 pounds and 5'0". She was last seen wearing dark pants and a white blouse. 

If you have any information, please call the Adams County Sheriff's Office at 509-659-1122. 
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