Salma Bounajra, 15, left her Roswell home to walk to school Friday morning, but never arrived to class at PEAK Academy.

Police: Missing Roswell teen located safely after 3 weeks

UPDATE (12/1/17): About three weeks after she went missing, a Roswell teen was safely found, police said.

Salma Bounajra, a 10th-grader, was located by police on Nov. 30.

No other information was immediately available from police.

ORIGINAL STORY (11/13/17):

Police in Roswell are looking for a missing teenage girl.

On Friday, Salma Bounajra, a 10th-grader, left her house on Holcomb Bridge Road at 8 a.m. to walk to class at Fulton County School’s northeast campus of PEAK Academy on Old Alabama Road, police said. The school told her parents that she never arrived to class.

Police in Roswell are asking for the public’s help to locate Bounajra. She is 15, about 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds with long curly black hair and dark brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing black Adidas athletic pants, with a stripe down the side, along with red Nike flip-flops and a black Nike jacket.

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The family also gave information to CAIR-Georgia, a chapter for the Council on American-Islamic Relations. In a release, the council says she never boarded her school bus and was last seen on the 1200 block of Terramont Drive in Roswell.

Anyone who sees Bounajra is asked to call 911. Roswell police can be reached at 770-640-4100.

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