(Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)

UPDATED: Missing high-risk Victoria teen found safe

She was reported missing by police on Dec. 31

A high risk Victoria teen who went missing has been found.

On Jan. 2, the Victoria Police Department said the teen was located and safe.

Eighteen-year-old Carol Pons was reported missing on Dec. 31.

She was described as standing five-foot-four, with a medium build, weighing about 140 pounds. She has long, curly dyed red hair and was said to have been wearing a “distinctive blue, purple and silver unicorn wig.”

Pons was last seen in the Jubilee area on Monday around 4:45 p.m. She was wearing a long, black coat.

Police said Pons suffers from a medial condition.

“Thank you to everyone who shared her information and helped bring this file to a good resolution,” VicPD said on Thursday.

READ ALSO: ‘I’m falling behind,’ VicPD Chief Del Manak makes cuts to police services

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