ALBION, N.Y. (WIVB) - Albion Police say a middle school student who went missing Wednesday afternoon has been found.
Albion Police say 12-year-old Marina Zeppetella was found unharmed on Route 77 near the New York State Thruway Exit in the Town of Pembroke Thursday after a tip from a concerned citizen. Zeppetella had last been seen around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday at Albion Middle School.
Police have arrested 20-year-old Jonathan Banks of Buffalo and charged him with child endangerment. He was taken to the Orleans County Jail on $2,500 bail.
Authorities are still investigating the case. Police believe Zeppetella left the school of her own free will with Banks and was in the Buffalo area with him.
Anyone who saw Zeppetella with him is asked to call Albion Police at 585-589-5627.
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