Cypress, TX (KHOU/CNN) - There has been a safe ending to the scare of a lifetime for the parents of a 13-year-old missing Texas girl.
Beth Robinson stole her brother's car and her mom's debit card. She left a note saying she was headed to Kentucky to meet a 12-year-old boy that she'd met playing online video games.
When Beth's parents discovered she was missing Thursday morning, her father headed out after her.
"It's really scary. I mean, I had 14 hours of driving and, you know, all you want to know is that you can hold her again and can tell her you love her," said her father, Robbie Robinson.
"We were walking out the door when the phone call rang and I had to run back in the house and catch the phone, and they said 'We found your daughter. We have her in custody. And I was like, 'Oh, thank you, Jesus," said her mother, Tressa Robinson.
Beth had made it all the way to Nashville, Tennessee before an alert trooper pulled her over.
The Robinsons decided to let Beth meet the boy, Dylan, so they could put this to rest, once and for all.
The girl won't face any charges.