The RCMP say a 32-year-old Cap-Pelé, N.B. woman reported missing last month has been found.
Police said they believed Robyn Savoury left her home with a woman in a dark-coloured SUV around 5:30 a.m. on April 22.
Her family and friends said she hadn’t been in touch with them after that, which was unusual.
A message posted to Savoury’s Facebook page on April 21 indicated she was going to Moncton, although police said it was possible she may have gone to Ontario.
Police confirmed Thursday that Savoury has been found in Ontario and is safe.
The Shediac RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 32-year-old Cap-Pelé woman.
Robyn Savoury is believed to have left her Cap-Pelé residence at approximately 5:30 a.m. on April 22, 2017, with a woman driving a dark-coloured SUV. She has not been seen or been in contact with friends or family since that time. It is unusual for her not to let her family know where she is.
A message posted to her Facebook account on April 21, 2017, mentions that she was heading into Moncton. Information received also indicates that it is possible she may have gone to Ontario, however, this has not been confirmed and police are attempting to determine where she is.
Robyn Savoury is described as approximately 5’4″ tall and weighs between 130 and 150 lbs. Her hair was recently bright pink, though it is unknown whether she has since changed the colour of her hair.
She has tattoos including a heart with a rose and the words “Mom and Dad” on her right shoulder, three butterflies on her left shoulder, and a Winnie the Pooh head, also on her left shoulder.
Anyone with information concerning Robyn Savoury’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Shediac RCMP at 506-533-5151.