NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The case of missing New Jersey teenager Jashyah Moore has a happy ending.

The 14-year-old, who disappeared on Oct. 14 after visiting a deli on East Orange deli, was located in New York City on Thursday night, Essex County Prosecutor Ted Stephens said.

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She was to be returned to East Orange soon, Stephens added.

CBS2 has learned a good Samaritan spotted and recognized the girl at around 7 p.m., and called 911. She was alone near West 111th Street and Lenox Avenue.

A source said when police approached she first denied being Jashyah, but then eventually confirmed her identity.

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Stephens said Moore is “currently safe and being provided all appropriate services.”

Following the girl’s disappearance 28 days ago, authorities pleaded for tips and raised $20,000 in reward money. Search parties were organized and some activists even blocked traffic in East Orange to raise awareness.

Essex County officials plan to release more information at a news conference on Friday.

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CBS2’s Tony Aiello contributed to this report

CBSNewYork Team