28-year-old Ashley Alyson Moore of Evansville, who was reported to be missing for weeks, has been found safe.
Thursday afternoon, Shivley Police found Moore's 2006 Chevrolet Impala in a local motel parking lot. Shivley is a suburb of Louisville. Thursday evening Louisville Metro Police found Moore in Louisville. She was safe and voluntarily with a male friend.
Moore's mother reported her missing on February 16th after not hearing from her since February 11th.
Moore lived with her mother in Evansville and worked in Louisville, KY. Copyright 2013 WFIE. All rights reserved.
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