Bethany Stroud, a high school student who disappeared on Friday night in Frisco, was found safe in northeast Oklahoma late on Saturday night. She told police that she has been kidnapped at gunpoint, Fox 4 News reported.

The 18-year-old said she has been kidnapped after leaving work at the Dr. Pepper Arena on Friday night, which is where the teen was last seen.

Few details have been released about the case, but investigators have revealed that someone called 911 from Stroud's cell phone on Friday night, although no one said anything.

At around 10 p.m. Saturday night, the teenager drove to Braum's restaurant in Muskogee asking restaurant staff for help. Stroud reported that a man waiting for her after work on Friday had forced her to get inside his car. According to police she was not assaulted, but appeared to be emotionally shaken Fox 4 News reported.

We were able to confirm that she was indeed the victim of a kidnapping that was reported in Frisco, Texas, Cpl. Pedro Zardeneta told Today's THV. She was taken into protective custody. Her vehicle was brought in for some forensic investigation and we contacted Frisco P.D.

Stroud was hospitalized after the kidnapping as a precautionary measure, but was reported unharmed.

When Stroud went missing on Friday, her friends and family launched a campaign to find her. Stroud told officials that she had tried to call 911 on Friday, but her battery had gone dead.

The investigation in the case continues.