Thunder Bay police say a woman who had been reported missing for nearly a month has been found.
The Thunder Bay Police Service on Friday said that Latanya Tait has been safely located.
She had been last seen in Thunder Bay on Jan. 1 in the Oliver Road area near the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and Lakehead University.
Earlier this week, police said there had been a more recent confirmed sighting of Tait in Winnipeg.
In a statement, Thunder Bay police thanked the public and the Winnipeg Police Service for their assistance.
A woman reported missing in Thunder Bay since the beginning of the month was sighted in Winnipeg last week.
Thunder Bay police reported Wednesday that with the assistance of Winnipeg police, investigators have confirmed that 25-year-old Latanya Tait was seen on Portage Avenue in the Manitoba capital on the evening of Jan. 16.
Updated images obtained from cameras are now being distributed to the public and media.
Thunder Bay police said they still consider this an active missing person case, and that Tait’s family remains concerned for her well-being.
In Thunder Bay, she was last sighted in the Oliver Road area near Lakehead University and the hospital on New Year’s Day.
Family members participated in a news conference last week where they appealed for the public’s assistance in locating her.
The woman is Indigenous, five-foot-seven in height, with a medium build.
She has medium-length brown curly hair and brown eyes, and was wearing a dark parka with fur around the hood, a pink/purple hoody, black pants and black running shoes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact TBPS at (807) 684-1200, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, or online at www.p3tips.com.