GILBERT, AZ - The search for an 11-year-old girl who went missing after school Monday has ended.
Gilbert police said the girl was walking home from Islands Elementary School with her sister.
Her sister made it home, but she was last seen at 4 p.m.
The family looked for her for an hour and then contacted police.
She was last seen near the corner of South Islands Drive West and Port of Call.
Bill Balafas with the Gilbert Police Department said the girl was located around 8 pm after she was spotted in the greater neighborhood by a Gilbert detective.
The girl was upset with her sister and walked away, said Balafas. She did not sustain any injuries.
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