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Woman reported missing turns up safe

Julianna Thorne has been found safe and sound. - submitted
Julianna Thorne has been found safe and sound.
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The North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP is pleased to confirm the 51-year-old female reported missing last week has been located.

Julianna Thorne has been found safe and sound.

Just before 10 a.m. last Saturday, Thorne's caregiver Patrice Reagan contacted police, concerned that Thorne had walked away from her care home on Stonehaven Place without indicating where she was going.

As soon as Thorne is cleared medically, she'll be heading home.

Police thanked the media and public for its assistance.

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