York Regional Police is asking for the public to help in the search for a missing Markham girl last seen on Sunday. The family told 680 NEWS that they are concerned for the teen's safety as she has autism and is therefore considered vulnerable. 17-year-old Ayra Nawaz was last seen on July 21.\nUPDATE: At 1:28 p.m. on July 25, York Regional Police tweeted to confirm that Nawaz has been found safe and in good health.\nEARLIER: Nawaz has been missing since Sunday and was last seen leaving a plaza in the area of Cornell Park Avenue and Bur Oak Avenue in Markham just after noon. She is described by police as female, South Asian, and 5'4" with a medium build.\nAccording to York Regional Police, Nawaz is said to have been last seen wearing a black T-shirt with a gold North logo, black track pants, and black-and-white sandals with a gold Michael Kors logo.\nInvestigators believe that Nawaz is possibly in the area of North Toronto.\nMISSING - Ayra NAWAZ, 17yrs, is still missing from Markham. She was last seen on July 21, shortly after noon, walking away from a plaza at Cornell Park Ave/Bur Oak Ave. Investigators believe she may be in the north Toronto area. Call 866-876-5423 x7541 with any tips. pic.twitter.com/yaIVGscdNA— York Regional Police (@YRP) July 24, 2019\nYork Police Const. Andy Pattenden told Global News: "We have her on video surveillance there. She was walking in that area, attended the plaza and then walked away. And that’s the last we saw of her."\nA friend of the teen’s family is pleading for help on Twitter.\nMy friend’s daughter is missing, her name is Ayra Nawaz. Pls share widely. I have included the media release from the York regional police. @YRP_today pic.twitter.com/Lx7OgugIb8— Muneeza (@Muneezalawyer) July 24, 2019\nIf you have any information relating to this case, contact York Regional Police #5 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7541 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-tips or leave an anonymous tip online at www.1800222tips.com.\nWhen new information becomes available this article will be updated.