Missing 10-year-old girl found

Flint Police investigating the disappearance of 10-year-old Kayla Hollins. (Photo from Holmes STEM Academy-Flint Community Schools)

*** UPDATE ***

According to Flint police, she has been found. Police say the Kayla is now home safe with her family.

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Flint Police are searching for ten-year-old Kayla Hollins.

Michigan State Police have issued an Endangered Missing Advisory for Hollins, saying she was last seen in the 1700 block area of Russet Court in Flint.

According to a Facebook Post from the Holmes STEM Academy-Flint Community Schools Hollins is a fifth grader at Durant-Tuuri-Mott Elementary School.

Kayla is described as five feet tall, brown skin, she has braids and a bun on top of her head and is wearing blue pants, green shirt and black boots.

According to the child's grandmother, the girl came home from school before going missing.

She was last seen in her home around 5 p.m.

It is believed she walked away from home.

Police also believe she may possibly have gotten into a grey Chevrolet Impala.

If you have any information on where she is located please call the Flint Police Department.

The Flint Police are treating this as an endangered child due to her age.

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