BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A teenager from Ellsworth who was reported missing Sunday afternoon returned home to her family Tuesday morning. Normally, NEWS CENTER would not be reporting on a runaway case like this, but this case gained a lot of attention on Social Media and appeared on the" Bring Nichole Cable Home" Facebook page. Nichole Cable was one missing teen we covered extensively, so we thought this might provide an opportunity to explain how we approach these cases. We first learned that Ellsworth teen, Cora Marie Bishop was reported missing through a tip from someone who saw it on the Ellsworth Police Facebook page on Monday. That page was shared through Social Media, and eventually appeared on the "Bring Nichole Cable Home" Facebook page. We contacted Ellsworth Police and they explained to us that they did not have any reason to suspect she had been abducted and that she had been known to runaway in the past and return within a few days. Police we talked with say that is the case with the majority of runaways. Bangor Police say they had 145 missing persons last year including 28 juveniles, the majority of which were solved with a few days. In the case of Nichole Cable, police told us early in the investigation that they had reason to believe this was not a runaway case and that she may be in danger. Unfortunately those fears proved to be true and her body was discovered a week after her disappearance. Typically when police do fear someone may be a danger to themselves, or may have been abducted they contact us directly and request that we report on the case.