NORFOLK, Neb. -- Tuesday morning, the Norfolk Police Division confirmed that Pipe Koehler has been found safe, and is no longer a missing person.

Koehler's confirmed that she was found safe Tuesday morning on Facebook. 

The parents of a missing northeast Nebraska teen are asking for the public's help in finding their missing daughter.

Piper Koehler is 16-years-old and reportedly went missing from her home on 14th St. and Koenigstein Ave. on Feb. 24 between the times of 12:00 a.m. to 6:30 a.m.

According to the public flyer put out by Koehler's parents, they believe she got into a vehicle at the Norfolk Faith Regional sister hospital located on Koenigstein Ave., possibly with a man, who they said she talked to online. He reportedly said he was recently divorced and needed a nanny for his two children in Oregon.

The parents said they have proof she has communicated with the man.

Piper is a type 1 diabetic and, according to the flyer, did not take any insulin with her. The parents believe Piper is in danger and is asking for any type of security footage on cameras in the area's of 14th St. and Koenigstein Ave., 18th St. and Koenigstein Ave., Prospect Ave. and 18th St., and Prospect Ave. and 14th St.

Koehler is 5'8'', 120 lbs., with brown eyes, dark brown hair with red highlights, and a nose piercing.

If anyone has any information on Piper's whereabouts, they can contact her mother, Hebbie Snyder at 402-340-8639 or her father, Eddy Koehler at 402-340-7841 or a local police department.