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Hollister Police Department looking for 11 year old

Updated: Marguerite Maze Middle School student who was missing from school Jan. 30. has been been located.
Photo of 11 year old Bridget Gisele Aldana. Photo courtesy Hollister Police Department

UPDATED:  The Hollister Police Department has located the 11 year old reported missing yesterday in Hollister. 
The police department would like to thank all that were involved in locating her.  Due to her age, no further information will be shared at this time. (Original article below)

The Hollister Police Department is searching for an 11 year old girl and is asking the public’s help. The missing juvenile, Bridget Gisele Aldana, who went missing from Maze Middle School in Hollister on Jan. 30.

The news release from Hollister Police states, "Bridget was last seen at 8:20 a.m. on the 900 block of Meridian Street in Hollister. Bridget is described as a Hispanic female, 5-01, 110 lbs., brown eyes, and brown medium length hair. She was last seen wearing a purple jacket, grey sweater, with blue jeans and white shoes." The report mentions that it was later discovered Bridget took extra clothing with her when she left home.

Police state that Bridget recently moved from Washington state to Hollister. "Through our investigation it was discovered Bridget was possibly in the Gilroy area. Gilroy Police Department assisted the Hollister Police Department with further investigation in Gilroy. We are requesting the public to call the appropriate police department if Bridget is seen in either city," HPD wrote.

The Hollister Police Department is requesting information on this case. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hollister Police Department at 831-636-4330.

The HPD news release reminds the public that "persons wishing to remain anonymous may call WeTip at (800) 78-CRIME and may be eligible for a reward."

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