The Indian American teenager who went missing on Monday has been found safe and unharmed.
Ishaan Bhardwaj, 18, was reported missing in Montgomery County, Maryland on Monday, June 20. According to American Bazaar, The Boyd resident was last seen 14300 block of Brass Wheel Road at about 10:30 am that day.
Bhardwaj was described as being 6-foot-1 weighing approximately 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. According to the Daily Voice, police said his family and friends were desperate to find him.
The Montgomery County Department of Police posted a photo of Bhardwaj on Twitter and asked for the public’s help finding him. On Tuesday they updated the thread, stating that Bhardwaj had been found safe and unharmed.
Further details were not disclosed, but the department thanked the public for sharing the original tweet meant to help find Bhardwaj.
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