After three days of searching, Police in Connecticut in the town of Orange said 13 year-old Isabella Oleschuk was found safe on Wednesday.

She was found in the garage of an abandoned farm about three miles from her home, the Connecticut Post reported.

She was spotted Wednesday morning by a woman  - who declined to be identified - that was working nearby, Police Chief Robert Gagne said. The garage is at a busy intersection which includes a shopping center.

The girl ran away early Sunday morning.

Police, the FBI and parts of the state's police had investigated more than 350 leads in the time she was missing. She was taken to Yale-New Haven hospital for an evaluation, according to the report.

No charges have been made in the case, Gagne said.