Abigail Hernandez, the New Hampshire teen who’d been missing for nine months, was reunited with her family on Sunday.

Missing New Hampshire Teen Found

The details of Hernandez disappearance have yet to be revealed. Her mother Zenya Hernandez, FBI Special Agent in Charge Kiernan Ramsey and chief of the attorney general’s criminal bureau all expressed relief that Abigail Hernandez was safe and home.

"The long and short of it is, quite honestly, we are just happy that she's home safe and sound right now," Ramsey said Monday, according to the Boston Herald.

"We said all along, this was a child who was missing and we marshaled all our resources and we can gratefully say that she was able to be reunited with her family," Young said.

As for Zenya Hernandez, she told officials, “Today we are the happiest people on Earth.”

Abigail Hernandez was last seen Oct. 9, 2013 after leaving Kennett High School in Conway, N.H. Cell phone data indicated that she’d sent a number of texts between 2:30 and 3 p.m. She’d also followed her normal route to the townhouse she lived in with her mother, but apparently never arrived there.

Though Abigail is now home, law enforcement will continue the criminal investigation into her disappearance.