Missing Los Angeles woman found alive


LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on the search for a woman who went missing over the weekend

3:05 p.m. Los Angeles police say a woman who went missing over the weekend, leaving behind her abandoned car, has been found alive. However, police aren't releasing any other details Wednesday. Twenty-eight-year-old Laura Lynne Stacy had last been seen Sunday in the Hollywood Hills area. Her phone was found later that day about 30 miles away, in a puddle of water at Golden Valley Parkin Santa Clarita. Late Tuesday, a tow truck driver found a car in the high desert Lancaster area matching the description of Stacy's 2005 Acura. On Wednesday, Stacy's parents, police and volunteers searched the area where the car was found. However, police aren't saying where the woman was located.

10:06 a.m. Authorities say an abandoned car found on a remote street in northern Los Angeles County appears to belong to a 28-year-old woman who went missing over the weekend. Los Angeles police say Laura Lynne Stacy was last seen Sunday in the Hollywood Hills area. Stacy's phone was found later Sunday about 30 miles away in a puddle of water at Golden Valley Parkin Santa Clarita. Late Tuesday a tow truck driver found a car in Lancaster matching the description of Stacy's 2005 Acura. Stacy's parents, police and volunteers are searching the area Wednesday around where the car was found. Police say the Colorado native is 5-foot-8 and weighs about 130 pounds. She has blue eyes and blond hair.

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