Missing Kenai woman found safe

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Missing Kenai woman found safe

Update: 4:30 p.m. Sunday

A Kenai woman who had been missing for nearly a week was found safe by Alaska State Troopers Sunday.

Trooper spokesperson Tim Despain said Amanda May Guillemette, 35, was located in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley Sunday. Troopers confirmed she was okay but did not release how or why she ended up in the Mat-Su Valley.

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A Kenai woman has been missing for nearly a week.

Amanda May Guillemette, 35, was reported missing Tuesday after she failed to show up for work Monday, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Guillemette is a mother to six children and her family has made several attempts to reach her via cell phone and text with no success, according to a missing person flier.

She could be driving a red 2003 Pontiac Aztec with the license plate ELJ231 according to a media release. She is 5-feet 2-inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes according to the release.

A flier lists Irene Pipkin as a person to call with information about Guillemette’s location, she can be reached at 907-252-9911. The Soldotna post of the Alaska State Troopers can be reached at 907-262-4453.

 

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