Missing 13-year-old NJ girl may be headed to Connecticut to meet a boy
WILDWOOD — The father of a 13-year-old girl who went missing while on vacation said she was spotted on a bus to Philadelphia.
Wildwood police posted Tiffany Christianson's disappearance on their Facebook page on Sunday after she didn't return to the property her parents had rented. She was spotted in North Wildwood on Sunday but police had not posted any update.
Her father, Harry Christianson, of Morristown, said on his Facebook page that a girl called police after seeing her on a bus from Wildwood to Philadelphia.
"So she is alive and a big relief. So the cops are in contact with all police in that area," Harry Christianson wrote. "She's trying to get to (Connecticut) to meet this boy she meet on Instagram"
He also said that she has been posting pictures on her Snapchat account, Lillitty _ Lilma, and urged people to flood her account with messages to call her parents.
Harry Christianson told NJ.com that the boy appears to live in Hartford and be 16 or 17 years old. Tifffany's mother lives in Florida, according to the report.
Harry Christianson has not returned a message from Townsquare Media New Jersey News.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at email@example.com.
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