INDIANAPOLIS — EDITOR'S NOTE: The video above is a previous report from when Cabrini Stott had not yet been found.
A statewide Silver Alert has been canceled for a missing 15-year-old girl from Indianapolis.
IMPD said Cabrini Stott was last seen Sunday, Dec. 5 on the city's east side, prompting the Silver Alert.
Saturday, IMPD posted on its social media accounts that she was located and is safe.
Amber Alerts vs. Silver Alerts: What's the difference?
There are specific standards a person's disappearance must meet in order for police to declare an Amber Alert or a Silver Alert.
Amber Alerts are for children under the age of 18 who are believed to have been abducted and in danger. Police also need to have information about a suspect and their car to issue an Amber Alert.
Silver Alerts are for missing and endangered adults or children. They are much more common for missing people. It was not until last year when the standards for Silver Alerts were expanded to include children.
In both situations, these alerts must be issued by police.
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