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HOLLADAY, Utah (AP) -- The Salt Lake County Sheriff's office tracked down an autistic woman who had been reported missing, but ended up unharmed, a day after she was last seen.
Deputies responding to a tip found 22-year-old Ashley Labrum with a group of people yesterday. There appeared to be no evidence of foul play.
The sheriff's office had described Labrum as a "high functioning" autistic person.
Labrum had been staying temporarily at her mother's home in the Holladay area while recovering from pneumonia, but also has an apartment in Holladay.
Because she was splitting time between two residences, no one realized she was missing until late Thursday night.
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