A Scottish girl, who was reported missing by her friends on a facebook page on Monday, was "found" in a little over 24 hours since the news broke on social media.

 

The facebook page, created by friends and family of Kirsty McLaughlin, updated that she had been "found" and was "safe".

 

On Tuesday, UAE media houses were busy trying to crack the case after the facebook post going viral.

 

The Dubai police, however, has not issued any confirmation about this case.

 

There's still no clarity about what actually happened since Kirsty, a Dubai school teacher, went "missing".

 

Her facebook friends are not releasing any information yet, and sticking to "she is safe with her parents".

 

The first post on the "Help finding Kirsty McLaughlin"read, "Last seen yesterday in Dubai over 24 hours ago. Her family and friends are growing more and more concerned for her safety and wellbeing. If you could please share with any contacts you have in Dubai. She drives a white Volkswagen Beetle. Any sightings please let Mitch Joseph Wall know. All want her found safe and sound."

 

It added that she was last seen "wearing a pink/reddish summer dress".

 

Some friends even claimed they found an advert on a classified local website for her car. "There was an add on dubizzle for her car with same plate M 87740, it's her car purchase this summer," it read.

 

Since the facebook page was made, it has gained over 3,000 likes.