Missing woman found in Wichita, thanks community

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

The family of Alycia Bollinger said she has been found safe. 

Bollinger, 21, was last seen Saturday afternoon at a hotel in Wichita. She was found Monday, and shared her gratitude to those who've helped her.

"Hey y’all, sorry if I worried anyone," she wrote on Facebook. "im so thankful for the people who saved me... They pulled a rescue mission, and got me out of a really bad situation... and hopefully they are helping me get back home. Much love..."


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Family members are asking for assistance in finding a 21-year-old woman who's been reported missing. 

Alycia Bollinger was last seen Saturday afternoon at the Napa Motel at 1125 South Broadway in Wichita. Her family believes she may be heading to Colorado.

Bollinger, who is from Sumner County, stands about 4-foot-10, weighs 85 pounds and has long blonde hair and green eyes. She has a tattoo of a mandala with yin and yang on her right forearm, "Natalie" tattooed in Hebrew under it, a mountain sunset on her upper right arm and an eye tattooed on the palm of her right hand. 

The Kansas Highway Patrol confirms Bollinger was the passenger in a vehicle involved in a pursuit on Friday. She was taken to a Wichita hospital that day, and the KHP was later able to help drop her off at the Napa Motel. 

The patrol says Friday's pursuit began in Kay County, Oklahoma and is being investigated by the Kansas Turnpike Authority. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Wichita Police Department at (316) 268-4111.

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