Information released at the request of the family to update the public and thank those who shared the flier regarding Alyse Sarkinen and those who called to provide information
On Tuesday (June 27) at around 8 a.m., 13- year-old Alyse Sarkinen was reported missing by her family from their home in Amboy. Alyse was reported to have been missing since Monday evening (June 26).
A flier had been created which circled on local social media. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office began receiving tips from citizens who reported possible sightings of Alyse.
On Thursday (June 29), just after 1 a.m., Alyse’s family called to report she had returned home safely. This information is being released at the request of the family to update the public and thank those who shared the flier regarding Alyse and those who called to provide information.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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