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WILSON’S MILLS — A 29-year-old woman who had been missing for nearly a month has been found alive and well in Pennsylvania, Wilson’s Mills Police Chief A.Z. Williams said.
Amanda Megan Fuller of Four Oaks disappeared from the Wilson’s Mills area on Jan. 5. Wilson’s Mills, Four Oaks and Selma police teamed up with Johnston County sheriff’s deputies, State Bureau of Investigation agents and law enforcement in Tennessee in an effort to locate her.
“Her whereabouts are not being released at this time, but her identity and status has been confirmed by Pennsylvania law enforcement authorities,” said Williams. “Authorities have visually seen Megan, confirmed that she is OK and in Pennsylvania of her own free will. Out of respect for the family, any further comments regarding the reasons for Megan’s disappearance will be deferred to her family.”
Williams thanked the public for their concern and the tips provided in the case.
“After 26 days of not knowing where this case would lead, I am very pleased with the concern from our community and the effort extended to help bring Megan home safely,” said Williams.