Police in Nanaimo were looking for Rhonda Stevenson, 43, who left central Nanaimo on July 13, but she has been found. (Photo submitted)

UPDATE: Vancouver Island woman who had been missing has been located

43-year-old woman had been missing for more than four days

A woman Nanaimo police said was missing has been found.

On Thursday morning, Nanaimo RCMP issued a press release seeking the whereabouts of the woman, reported missing on July 17 and last seen on July 13.

Police issued another release this afternoon stating she has been located.


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