Police find Va. girl 'likely abducted,' arrest suspect after Amber Alert was issued

Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz. (Photo, Virginia State Police) 

Police say they have found the missing 16-year-old Prince William County girl who was "likely abducted" by a man Sunday morning.

Virginia State Police say that Sinahi Aguilar-Cruz of Woodbridge was found safe after being last seen in the 14000 block of Danville Road in Woodbridge Sunday at a party at a home in the area.

Prince William County Police were called to the area at around 1:43 a.m.

Police had said she was likely taken by Roberto Medrano Segovia, 21, who she was at the party with. Police say Aguilar-Cruz and Segovia got in an argument at the party and then separated. Witnesses tell police they later saw Segovia forcing Aguilar-Cruz into a dark Honda Civic outside the home.

Police say they have arrested Segovia.

Police say that they believed both were traveling in the dark Honda Civic, potentially a hatchback, and that Aguilar-Cruz is there against her will.

Aguilar-Cruz is described by Prince William County Police as a white female standing 5' 2" tall and weighing 125 pounds with brown eyes and long brown hair. She was last seen wearing a white long sleeve shirt with purple stripes, jeans and a light colored jacket.

Segovia is described by police as a Hispanic male with brown eyes and short black hair. State police say he is believed to be wearing a black v-neck t-shirt with baggy jeans and white Nike Jordan shoes.

Authorities were asking anyone with information on Aguilar-Cruz or Segovia to call either 911, Prince William County Police at 703-792-6500 or Virginia State Police at 1-800-822-4453.

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