Missing East Hills teen found at school
An East Hills teen who went missing after fighting with her mom was found when she arrived at school Monday morning, Pittsburgh police said.
Diamond Wall, 16, was last seen leaving her home on Bricelyn Street at 11 a.m. Saturday, wearing a pink hoodie. Pittsburgh police said their concerns were heightened Sunday night because someone changed her status on Facebook to “R.I.P.”
Wall was uninjured when she arrived at Obama Academy in East Liberty, Lt. Kevin Kraus said.
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