Teen reported missing out of South Ogden found safe

UPDATE: Police confirmed early Wednesday morning that McKenna Morris has been found and is safe.

No further details about how and where she was found have been released.

Previous story continues below:

SOUTH OGDEN, Utah -- The South Ogden Police Department and family members are searching for a missing girl, who allegedly ran away while on her way to a doctor's appointment Thursday.

Sgt. Wil DeHart with the South Ogden Police Department said Mckenna Morris, 16, was last seen getting off of a FrontRunner train in Layton.

Morris was on her way to a doctor appointment when she ran away, DeHart said. He did not disclose where the appointment was located.

Morris' family said she left her home Thursday morning at around 7 a.m. to go to Lifeline Treatment Center in North Salt Lake.

Cameras on the train showed Morris getting off the at a Layton stop, which was the last sighting of her, her family said.

DeHart told Fox 13 that investigators submitted Morris' information to national runaway databases, and officers are keeping an eye out for her.

Anyone with information on Morris' whereabouts can call the South Ogden Police Department at (801) 622-2800.

Photos of Morris were submitted to Fox 13 by her family and can be seen below: