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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -   Albany Police Department spokeswoman Phyllis Whitley-Banks reports that 51-year-old Marie Harper Wright, who was the subject of a lookout for several days, has been located, and is safe.

Wright, and her three-year-old grand daughter Tamira Collins were reported missing Friday, but the child was returned to her mother on Saturday.

Wright was supposed to pick Tamira up at school Friday afternoon and return her home.

Whitley-Banks says that Wright called family members to tell them where to get the Pontiac automobile that she had been driving, and chose not to return home. 

Whitley-Banks says that Wright has not told APD where she was or what she was doing during the period that she was listed as a missing person.


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