UPDATE: Missing Woman Found Safe - WBAY

UPDATE: Missing Woman Found Safe

Updated:
Missing person Jamie Simon Missing person Jamie Simon

Ashwaubenon Public Safety says a woman reported missing Thursday has been found safe.

Officials say Jamie Simon has been located and she is with her family.

Officers say there was no foul play.

Family grew concerned after no one had seen her since 1 p.m. Thursday.

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