The 19-year-old Marine from Greenlawn who went missing over the weekend has been found, Suffolk County Police confirmed.
"Hannah Bombria has been located in New York City, unharmed," police said on Wednesday, July 31.
The New York State Public Safety Department said in an earlier statement: "Hannah sought assistance from MTA Police at Penn Station in NYC and is safe."
Police have issued an alert for a missing Long Island woman who is serving in the military.
Hannah Bombria, 19, of Greenlawn, was reported missing by her parents on Sunday, July 28 at approximately 2:30 a.m., according to Suffolk County Police.
Bombria is a United States Marine stationed in North Carolina and posted on social media stating her intent to travel to New York, police said.
Her cell phone has been pinging in New York City since police were first notified and the New York Police Department is involved in the investigation, according to Suffolk County Police.
Bombria is Asian, 5-foot-6, approximately 130 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. She is not known to have a vehicle, said police.
Anyone with information on Bombria’s location is asked to call 911 or the Second Squad at 631-854-8252.
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