UPDATE: Police find missing Frisco resident uninjured near Tenmile Creek | SummitDaily.com

UPDATE: Police find missing Frisco resident uninjured near Tenmile Creek

Frisco resident Barbara Johns.
Courtesy Frisco Police Department

The Frisco Police Department safely located a missing woman Thursday evening after an all-day search and appeared uninjured.

Barbara Johns left her home in Frisco on Wednesday night, Oct. 11, at 6:45 p.m., and her whereabouts were unknown into Thursday morning. Family contacted law enforcement, which led to the Summit County Rescue Group getting involved and finding her car Thursday at the Mountain Side Condos parking lot.

By Thursday afternoon, the call was put out by police requesting assistance locating Johns, and for anyone with information about her to contact authorities. Volunteers were also asked to join the Frisco-based search on Friday if she had still not been found by that time.

Johns finally turned up just south of the recpath at the end Aspen Court near Tenmile Creek around 5:45 p.m. Frisco Police Chief Tom Wickman stated she seemed unhurt with the exception of a bit of sun exposure and was receiving an evaluation by medical personnel.

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