FOUND - Paige Denise Piercey, 23, was last seen on May 17 at approximately 6 p.m. She has since been located and is back at home in St. Albert.
A young St. Albert mother that went missing on Saturday night, has now been found, RCMP confirm.
RCMP made a call out for the public's assistance in locating Paige Denise Piercey on Tuesday afternoon. She made contact with her family several hours later.
Piercey, 23, went out for the evening with friends on May 17 around 6 p.m. and was due home the next morning. When Piercey did not arrive home, her mother became concerned and reported the matter to police as it was out of character for her.
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