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SOUTH SALT LAKE — A couple from South Salt Lake who was reported missing under suspicious circumstances was found on Saturday in Arizona, according to Gary Keller with South Salt Lake Police Department.
Molly Bock and Ryan Boken, both 27, were reported missing by family and friends who hadn't seen them since Wednesday. The case was considered suspicious because both communicate frequently with family and friends. Additionally, both of their vehicles were displaced and Bock's phone, purse, and toiletries were all left at their home in South Salt Lake.
Bock's car was located away from their home and was towed on Friday night for further investigation. Boken's car was nowhere to be found and his phone was off.
The couple has been found in Arizona, Keller said. They are safe and well, and the trip appears to have been a long, unexpected road trip. Bock, Boken and their dog are staying with family members in the state.
This story will be updated if more information becomes available.