Los Angeles police found missing 28-year-old real estate agent Laura Lynne Stacy on Wednesday, after she wasn’t seen or heard from since Sunday, PEOPLE confirms.
Stacy, a Colorado native, had only just moved to the Los Angeles area a few months ago, seeking new job opportunities, according to authorities.
“She has been located and reunited with her family,” an L.A. police spokeswoman tells PEOPLE. Police did not release additional details about why Stacy was gone for so long or how she was found.
There is no evidence at this time to suggest foul play factored into Stacy’s disappearance, police previously told PEOPLE. They say Stacy’s roommate called 911 to report her missing Sunday evening.
Before she was found, Stacy was last seen leaving her L.A. apartment Sunday, according to investigators. On Tuesday, a tow truck driver found her car, a black Acura with Colorado plates, in Antelope Valley, nearly 70 miles from her home.
Authorities and Stacy’s family were searching the area Wednesday, the same day Stacy was found, according to KTLA.
“We’re going to be out searching all morning and we’d love to get as many people out to help us as possible,” Stacy’s mother told the station. Stacy’s car was locked and the keys were not inside, authorities said, according to KTLA.
Before Stacy was found, her phone had also been recovered from a puddle at the Golden Valley Park in Santa Clarita, California, 30 miles from her apartment. Investigators reportedly said it’s possible Stacy was seen at the park on Sunday.
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According to police, Stacy makes daily calls to at least one member of her family. Before she was discovered Wednesday, her parents and siblings had not heard from her since she apparently vanished over the weekend.
Her family could not immediately be reached.