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A missing teen is found at the Orlando airport, after the use of the retrieved boarding pass to get through TSA at the checkpoint

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A missing 15-year-old girl with autism, was to be found at the Orlando International Airport on Friday after they made it past a TSA PreCheck, with the aid of a boarding pass.

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Sade Subbs, of Apopka, Fla., was found wandering around a Southwest Airlines gate, hours after she was reported missing. According to reports, an airport employee approached and Subbs, who looked lost and asked them if they needed any help. When the Subbs hands all over her, found the ticket, the staff member discovered the passenger was in possession on board a previous flight, Fox 35 reported.

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Orlando police were called. When they arrived, one of the officers recognized the Subbs, if the missing teenager.

According to reports, the airport employee contacted the missing Sade Subbs, who looked lost in the airport, and asked her if she needed any help.
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As soon as the girl was in the police, they reportedly said that they had been found in another passenger’s boarding pass is on the ground and picked it up. It is not clear whether they were in the past before the TSA checkpoint or after it, according to a report, the Subbs, is allegedly seen on camera going through a TSA PreCheck screening without a boarding pass.

In a statement from both the Orlando International Airport, and the TSA, a minor is not required to have an ID.

“The individual is presented with a valid and current boarding pass card. Under the age of 18 years of age, the passengers are not required to have an ID. It was shown, and, therefore, would not be a threat to the aviation system,” the statement read.

“This is an example of the many layers of security work. Even though they are someone else’s boarding pass, she was being screened, and the TSA screening procedures are made to ensure that they are not a threat to the aviation industry. The airline is in a different layer of security which screens passengers at the aircraft door to prevent the individual’s access to the aircraft. The police and reunited with her family after all.”

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The girl reportedly told police she took a bus to the airport and Apopka, which is about 35 miles away, and that she just wanted to get on a plane.

“She told me that she wanted to go to Asia, to the Chinese, flowers, or something,” Gerald Subbs, her father, told Fox 35.

Her family is very happy that she is home safe, her father said, and he had a long talk with her about how dangerous the stunt was.

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“It could have been a lot worse,” Gerald said.

The Orlando Police department will not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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