A woman who had been missing for nearly two weeks at Zion National Park in Utah has been found alive.
As Fox 13 News first reported, Zion National Park confirmed on Sunday that Holly Suzanne Courtier had been found safely within park grounds. Courtier, 38, was last seen in a parking lot at the national park on October 6, having taken a shuttle bus to the trailheads. She did not meet the shuttle for the scheduled return trip.
According to a statement from park officials, Courtier was located after a witness reported seeing Courtier. The statement said only that Courtier was found within the park, and did not include any details about her condition or her activity in the 12 days she was missing.
#BREAKING: Holly Courtier has been located ALIVE. She has been reunited with her family.
She was reported missing in @ZionNPS on October 6th. pic.twitter.com/YlCDMz9i5x
— 𝐁𝐫𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐧𝐞𝐞 (@brian_schnee) October 18, 2020
Fox 13 News reporter Brian Schnee said on Twitter that Courtier had been reunited with her family.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Courtier lives in California, and her daughter said in media interviews that her mother had been traveling the U.S. in a converted van since losing her nanny job due to the coronavirus pandemic. Courtier reportedly left her mobile phone behind, making it impossible for investigators to track her via cell phone pings.
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