Update (12:50 p.m.): The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Cibrian met Aranda-Parra on a phone chat line. Aranda-Parra claimed he was 19 years old.
The man drove from Norcross to meet Cibrian's family but was rebuffed. He and Cibrian later arranged a secret meeting where they absconded to Norcross.
Once Cibrian heard her name in the media, she called her father to arrange her surrender.
Update: According to Norcross Patch, authorities said they found Cibrian in a Norcross motel at 8:20 a.m. Monday, after calling her mother and revealing her location.
Later on Monday morning, Norcross police located and arrested Raymundo Aranda-Parra, the man who allegedly took Cibrian from Glennville.
Original Story: The teenage girl who was abducted from Tattnall County yesterday sparking a Levi's Call has been found safe, authorities say.
11 Alive News says that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) has confirmed that Griselda Cibrian, 14, has been located unharmed in Norcross.
On Sunday, Cibrian was abducted from Glennville by a 24-year-old man named Danny. At the time, Danny was driving a black Chevrolet Silverado towards Atlanta.
Cibrian was thought to be in extreme danger.