The Lakewood 15-year-old that went missing Monday has been found.

Denver7 reports Angelina San Andres, a Lakewood High School student, was last seen at 7:30 a.m. Monday morning in the 12100 block of West Nevada Drive. Police say she went outside to wait for her brother to pick her up for school, but when her brother arrived, she was nowhere to be found - except her backpack.

San Andres is described as between 5'5" and 5'7" tall with chin-length brunette hair, weighing 160 pounds. She was last seen wearing black fleece pants, a light green shirt, and a dark grey hoodie.

Her cell phone was found in a park several blocks away near Nevada and West Alameda Parkway.

According to Denver7, bloodhounds are being used to track San Andres and are searching neighborhoods to find her. Investigators say sex offenders in the area are being contacted, as this is standard procedure in cases like this.

Lakewood Police, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, the FBI's Safe Streets Task Force, and volunteers are searching for San Andres, and have set up a command center in the park where her cell phone was found.

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