The police explained that preliminary investigations showed that the girl was in Sharjah, was feeling well and left her house of her own free will for reportedly family circumstances.
New Zealand police said on Wednesday they would be scaling down search operations for the two people who are missing after a volcanic eruption last week, admitting the bodies may never be found.
A police helicopter looking for two bodies still missing after a New Zealand volcano eruption last week was forced to return due to bad weather, police said on Tuesday.
A search helicopter was also pressed into the service to help the rescue team on the ground.
The efforts of the field team helped retrieve him from the location and then transferred him to the Dibba Fujairah Hospital to receive the necessary treatment.
Indonesia's search and rescue agency said the motorboat sank on Thursday after being hit by strong waves in the Sunda strait. "Six were rescued alive on Friday and we continue searching for the 10 people still missing today," Indonesia's search and rescue agency spokesman Muhammad Yusuf Latif told AFP on Saturday.
The passengers were heading from the capital Honiara to West Are'are, more than 120 kilometres (75 miles) away, under a government programme to evacuate people to their home villages during the global coronavirus epidemic.
Nine people were killed and more than 30 were missing in Myagdi district, 200 km (125 miles) northwest of the capital Kathmandu, where several houses were destroyed on Friday, district administrator Gyan Nath Dhakal said.
The Umm Al Quwain Police are calling on the public to help them find an Emirati man who has been missing since 17 May, 2020.