Police: Woman missing for a year returned home

Kayla Blackbird, who went missing in September 2020, returned home this week, according to police

Kayla Blackbird, who went missing in September 2020, returned home this week, according to police (San Juan County Sheriff's Office)



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MONTICELLO — A woman who was last seen in September 2020 returned home either Friday night or Saturday morning, police say.

A $200 reward for helping to locate Kayla Blackbird was offered in December 2020 when the San Juan County Sheriff's Office considered her to be "possibly endangered."

Now, more than a year after she went missing, her family said she returned home, according to a San Juan County Sheriff's Office Facebook post.

The family is requesting privacy at this time, and no other details were provided about Blackbird's return.

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