Tynisa Finley announced on Facebook Sunday that her daughter, Tiffany Finely, was found safe. No further information was provided.
VICTORVILLE, California — The family of a 15-year-old girl in Victorville who ran away from home last week is offering a $500 reward if she is found.
Tiffany Finley was last seen when she left her family’s Victorville home March 5, 2020 after an argument with her father about possibly smoking marijuana.
A while after the argument, her mother went outside to take out the trash and had a conversation with her daughter, Tiffany, a sophomore at Silverado High School.
“Tiffany hugged me, said she was sorry, and I thought things were OK,” her mother, Tynisa Finley said.
Once inside the home she realized Tiffany had not followed her.
“She wasn’t behind me,” Finley said. “In the span of less than a minute she was gone. I got in my car and started looking for her. Then we filed a report, and the cops had helicopters out looking for her and nothing.”
Hours after searching, Finley checked her surveillance cameras. She said the footage shows Tiffany running east from the house.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials confirmed a “run away juvenile report” was filed the night Tiffany left. Victorville Sheriff’s Station spokesperson Mara Rodriguez said deputies assisted the search, along with Sheriff’s Aviation.
Tiffany stands 5’7″, weighs 120 pounds and has brown eyes and hair. She may still be in the local area of Victorville, California.
Her mother believe Tiffany could be with two friends. Her daughter previously left home last August and went to a friend’s house. But she was only gone for a few hours.
Tiffany may be in danger.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Victorville Sheriff’s Station at 760-241-2911.