Update 3:18 p.m. Friday with news of the teen being safely located. 

Tarrant County Sheriff Deputies say a 17-year-old girl who went missing Thursday evening in Edgecliffe Village has been located.

Around 6 p.m. deputies say Olivia Mathews, 17, willingly got into a vehicle near the corner of Beechcreek Drive and Hazelnook Road.

Surveillance video shows the teen getting into the car after walking down the street with headphones in her ears and a cell phone in her hand. 

The video shows the gold, four-door Chevrolet drive off with the girl inside the car.  

On Thursday, the teen's parents told authorities Matthews had left a note behind that said, "I’m sorry, they said they’d hurt you if I didn’t go with them."

By Friday afternoon, deputies confirmed that Matthews had called authorities from a pay phone. Police picked the teen up and returned her home. 

“After talking with the girl and reviewing all possible footage, it is clear to our Detectives that she went with the parties willingly and left the location she was found at willingly. We are all happy that she was found and returned safe and sound to her parents,” Chief David McClelland said.

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Sept. 20, 2019: Deputies are searching for a 17-year-old teen who went missing Thursday evening in Edgecliffe Village.
Tarrant County Sheriff's Office
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Sept. 19, 2019: Surveillance video shows a car, possibly a 2000 to 2004 Impala model, had significant damage to the rear bumper on the driver’s side.
Tarrant County Sheriff's Office

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