A woman who was reported missing and considered possibly in danger has been found safe, police confirmed Tuesday.
30-year-old Kylee Hreinson, of American Fork, was not being held against her will as her family feared, said Lt. John Christensen with the American Fork Police Department.
Hreinson had not been seen since Jan. 3. Her family last heard from her in a video call on Sunday where they said Hreinson had bruises on her face and appeared to be in danger.
"She did not look OK in any sort of way," Hreinson's sister told 2News on Monday night.
Hreinson was found by American Fork detectives on Tuesday at approximately 5 p.m. in Salt Lake County.
She was not held against her will, Christensen said, writing in a news release that:
At this point, it appears that Hreinson intentionally left her family's home and that the circumstances surrounding her whereabouts during the past several days have also been intentional and voluntary."
The lieutenant said it does not appear any crimes were committed and Hreinson was uninjured.
American Fork Police thanked the public for the many tips and leads they received in Hreinson's missing persons case, noting "it was due to some of these leads that Hreinson was ultimately located."
This report has been updated with additional information since its initial publication.