Missing Pregnant Teen Found In Delray Beach

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A missing pregnant teen reported missing from Broward County had been found safe in Delray Beach.

According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office:

Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have located a Breanna Winston, a pregnant, 17-year-old girl who had been missing since July 31. Detectives received a call on Saturday that Winston was safe in Delray Beach. Delray Beach police officers responded to a Dunkin Donuts, where they found Winston, who was in good health and said she had been staying with a friend. She was reunited with her family.

Original Report:

Broward Sheriff’s Office missing persons detectives are searching for a pregnant teen they believe could be in medical danger.

Breanna Nicole Winston, 17, was last seen around noon on Wednesday (July 31) at a bus stop in the 300 block of East Hillsboro Boulevard in Deerfield Beach. Her mother dropped her off at that location on her way to work so Breanna could attend a scheduled appointment. Breanna is nine months pregnant and was ordered to remain on bed rest.

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