Missing Oswego Teen Located: Police [UPDATE]
17-year-old Serena Delgado was reported missing after leaving her home on foot Monday night.
Oswego Police Capt. Jeff Burgner on Wednesday morning confirmed that 17-year-old Serena Delgado has been found.
Police said the teen was located in Crest Hill and returned to a family member after leaving her Montrose Street home Monday night without permission.
Police are asking residents to be on the lookout for a missing and endangered teen from Oswego.
Police said Serena Delgado, 17, was last seen at around 9:30 p.m. Monday, March 10.
Capt. Jeff Burgner said Delgado left her home in the 200 block of Monroe Street after an argument with her mother. He described the teen as a runaway.
"At this point we're not suspecting any foul play," Burgner said. "She left of her own accord following a disagreement with a relative."
Burgner said police believe Delgado left on foot. He said investigators have been working with a school resource officer at the teen's high school and using social media to assist in finding her.
"We're tracking down a few different leads," Burgner said Tuesday afternoon.
Anyone with information regarding Delgado is asked to contact Oswego police at 630-551-7300.
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