A Sherwood Park realtor who didn’t show up at an open house on Saturday has been found safe.
The Edmonton’s RE/MAX Elite office asked the public Sunday to keep an eye out for agent Maya Day, who was due at a home in the Magrath neighbourhood in southwest Edmonton on Saturday.
Less than an hour after issuing a missing persons statement, Edmonton Police Service said the realtor was found safe.
An SUV matching the description and licence plate of Day’s vehicle was found in St. Albert.
While police said it is out of character for Day to have been out of contact with friends and family for so long, there are no indications of foul play currently.
A search of southwest Edmonton was underway Sunday afternoon after Edmonton-area realtor Maya Day was reported missing by co-workers.
Day was scheduled to host an open house Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Magrath neighbourhood, but co-workers say she failed to show up.
A member of the Windermere Remax Elite team told Global News that Day’s vehicle was “last pinged at a Save-On-Foods nearby at around 1 p.m.”
About 50 of Day’s fellow realtors assembled at the Windermere office, where she was an agent, Sunday morning to form a search party.
They planned to conduct a grid search of the area, focusing on Riverbend.
A police spokesperson told Global News that the search started Saturday night. Police added that there is currently no indication of foul play, but officers are concerned for Day’s safety.
Day was last seen driving a BMW X5 with the licence plate LIFSGUD.
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