A missing Georgia woman is found in Cincinnati on Wednesday after being missing for about two weeks.
Megan Montgomery, 22, was last seen at her parents' home in Cedartown, which is just west of Atlanta.
Her family reported her missing and set up a Facebook page to look for her.
Montgomery's car was found in Over-the-Rhine on Tuesday. She was later found in Carthage Wednesday by a good Samaritan who took her phone and called her Dad.
Megan's family tells FOX19 that she had been abducted in Georgia before being found in Cincinnati. She is now safe with her family in a local hospital.
Police are not yet calling it an abduction. They plan on questioning her further.
FOX19's Mike Schell is working on this story, and will have more on the FOX19 Ten O'Clock News.
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