SORRENTO — Police say a teenage girl who’s been missing since Saturday has been found safe.

State police say 14-year-old Hanna Snider of Sorrento was found in Thomaston this afternoon after police used technology to track her computer use.

Police say she was with her 16-year-old boyfriend.

Authorities say Snider left her home Saturday night and was discovered missing by her parents Sunday morning. She sent a text message saying she was OK. Police had said she may have had a meeting with someone she met on an Internet dating site.

In a separate case, WABI-TV says a 17-year-old Bar Harbor girl has returned home after being missing for more than a week.

Amethyst Geiger was reported missing after her parents last saw her on Oct. 24

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SORRENTO — Police are searching for a missing teenage girl.

State police are seeking the public’s help in locating 14-year-old Hanna Snider of Sorrento.

Police say Snider left her home Saturday night and was discovered missing by her parents Sunday morning. She sent a text message saying she was OK. Police say she may have had a face-to-face meeting with someone she met on an Internet dating site.

She is described as 5-foot-6, 170 pounds, with blonde hair and brown eyes.

In a separate case, WABI-TV says a 17-year-old Bar Harbor girl has returned home after being missing for more than a week.

Amethyst Geiger was reported missing after her parents last saw her on Oct. 24.