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Sudbury police say missing woman found in good health

A missing Sudbury woman has been found in good health after a massive search last week in the Valley East area, police say Monday morning.

Sudbury police received a call around 5:15 p.m. Tuesday about concern for the well-being of a 37-year-old blonde woman named Kyla, spokesperson Kaitlyn Dunn told CTV News in an email.

She had been last seen in the area of Radar Road and Dupuis Drive.

A search and rescue team conducted a ground search in the area she was last seen to Guenette Drive on Wednesday morning.

An aerial search was deployed by Greater Sudbury Police Service's rural community response unit and Ontario Provincial Police.

The search ended Wednesday afternoon.

Kyla, 37, was last seen in the area of Radar Road and Dupuis Drive in the Valley East area of Greater Sudbury. (Greater Sudbury Police Service)

Sudbury police announced on social media just after 10 a.m. she had been found. Top Stories

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