Isabell Baker Missing Person Found Safe, Police located In Pennsylvania, Shelter on the state line

Isabell Baker Missing – A frightening turn of events occurred on November 2 when Beattie Tech Centre student Isabell was last seen leaving the school grounds with her North Allegheny School District friend Tessa. There were no phones, no funds, and growing fears for the girls’ safety, so the entire neighbourhood banded together to look for them. This article gives a detailed account of what happened and how happy everyone was to hear that they had been found safe.

On the afternoon of November 2nd, after leaving Beattie Tech Centre, Isabell was last seen walking from Parkview to Hedwig. Tessa, another student from the North Allegheny School District, tagged along with her. There were serious worries for the pair because they had no way to contact anyone or get money.¬†Isabell, the first person described, is described as a 5’5″ brown-haired, 130-pound blue-eyed beauty.

She was last seen wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, jeans, black Vans shoes and carrying a blue/purple backpack. Tessa has short black hair, is 165 pounds, and is 5 feet and 2 inches tall. Her glasses are an easily recognisable trait. As word of Isabell and Tessa’s disappearance spread, the locals organised a massive search for the two. Search parties were formed, flyers were disseminated, and a social media frenzy ensued in an effort to locate the girls.

The Find: In a fortunate turn of events, we have received word that Isabell and Tessa have been located and are in good health. The authorities tracked them down to a safe house close to the border. The community’s relief is palpable, and their safe return is directly attributable to the outpouring of support they received. Thanks to everyone’s hard work and prayers, Isabell and Tessa have been found alive and well. This result is a demonstration of the tremendous influence that people can have when they work together towards a common goal. Isabell and Tessa’s loved ones want to express their deep appreciation to everyone who helped ensure their safe return.