The three teenage girls who ran away from a residential treatment center in Roosevelt have been found unharmed — about a mile from the facility.

Nicole "Nic" Thornton, left, and Leah Douglas were reported missing from the Cedar Ridge Academy on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020.

Cedar Ridge Academy staff reported the girls missing at 1 a.m. Monday and Duchesne County Sheriff’s deputies searched for them unsuccessfully throughout the day. With nightfall approaching Monday, deputies mustered a search and rescue team at 3 p.m. to assist in the ongoing search, according to a news release.

The missing girls — Leah Douglas, 14; Nicole “Nic” Thornton, 16; and Sitara Chavez, 16 — were found safe, according to a spokesman for Duchesne County. No further information was released.