Authorities say it appears a missing Clark girl called a taxi around the same time she tweeted that someone was in her home.

Kara Alongi on security camera at Rahway train station (Clark Police)

Kara Alongi gained hundreds of followers after asking people on Twitter to call 911 Sunday. People re-tweeted her message and the hashtag #helpfindkara" trended on the social network.

The Union County Prosecutor's Office says a cab driver positively identified Alongi as his passenger and told officials he drove her to the Rahway train station.

The Star-Ledger also reported that Alongi was photographed by a security camera at the station.

The 16-year-old's parents called Clark police when they returned home and saw she was gone.

The prosecutor's office says Alongi might feel she'll be in trouble for causing a panic. However, authorities say all everyone cares about is seeing her home safe and sound.

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