OKLAHOMA CITY - Police said the 12-year-old girl who went missing from a northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex, Monday night has been located.

Police said Cautaveiona Arnold, 12, was reported missing Tuesady afternoon and was last seen at the Forest Oaks apartment complex around 10 p.m. on Monday. She was wearing a pink shirt, gray sweat pants with pink writing and a blue bandana.

The girl's grandmother, April Arnold, reported to police that she put the girl and her siblings to bed, but when she went to check on them, Cautaveiona was missing.

According to a police report, the girl and her siblings had been living at the complex with April while she and the girl's mom, Crystal Arnold, were going through a custody battle.

The grandmother told police that she had been having disciplinary problems with Cautaveiona lately, and that the girl threatened to run away to her mother's house. Several family members, including the girl's mother Crystal, responded to the apartment complex to search for Cautaveiona.