Amber Alert canceled after missing Prince William Co. girl found safe, investigation continues

Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz of Woodbridge, Virginia, is missing and believed to be in danger - again. (Courtesy Virginia State Police)

WASHINGTON — Prince William County Police say that a 16-year-old girl who was missing for most of Sunday has been found.

Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz of Woodbridge, Virginia. (Courtesy Virginia State Police)

A spokesman for Prince William County Police said that Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz was found in a park in Woodbridge, Virginia, and is fine. Detectives are still investigating the incident and are working to determine whether or not a crime had been committed.

An Amber Alert had been issued in Maryland and Virginia for a possible child abduction after Aguilar-Cruz was believed to have been taken against her will. That Amber Alert has since been canceled.

Police said Aguilar-Cruz was last seen at a party with 21-year-old Roberto Medrano Segovia at 14807 Danville Rd, Woodbridge, Virginia, around 1:40 a.m. Sunday.

At some point, Aguilar-Cruz and Segovia got into an argument and separated. After Aguilar-Cruz left the home, witnesses said they saw her being forced into the car by Segovia.

Segovia is currently in custody.

Aguilar-Cruz was attending a party with the suspect before she went missing. At some point during the party, Aguilar-Cruz and the suspect got into an argument and separated. Later on, she exited the home and witnesses saw her being forced into the car by the suspect.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Prince William County Police at 703-792-6500 or state police at 1-800-822-4453.

Below is a map of the area where police say she went missing on Sunday morning.

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