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Missing Wright County woman found safe

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An Albertville woman who had been missing for the past several days has been located and is safe, Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty said Saturday.

Jessica Olson, 35, was reported missing by her family earlier this week after they hadn't seen her since the evening of Dec. 15.

Hagerty said investigators from his department have spoken with Olson and they don't suspect any foul play was involved in her disappearance. 

Olson's vehicle – a 2007 blue Hyundai Sonata – was seen in Clearwater Friday, and KARE 11 reports that tip may have led investigators to her.

Officials haven't released any other information about Olson's whereabouts since Tuesday.

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