A teenage girl from Regina who was missing for a week has been found unharmed in Winnipeg.

Angelica LaClaire, 15, had last been seen on Sunday, March 2, after she was picked up by a truck driver heading east. He dropped her off in Moosomin, Sask.

On March 5, a news release about the missing aboriginal teen was issued. 

"It's like a nightmare – worried, scared, everything. You always think it's somebody else's child, not yours," said Jacqui LaClaire last week.

According to the Regina Police Service, "the Winnipeg Police Service was contacted to check on an address after Regina police received credible information suggesting a possible location for LaClaire."

The Winnipeg police located her Sunday night.

"My prayers have been answered," the girl's mother said this morning.

Her daughter is currently with her grandparents in Winnipeg, and will be returning to Regina within the next 48 hours.