Missing St. Louis County woman is ‘fine’ police say

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AFFTON, Mo. — The St. Louis County Police Department has canceled an Endangered Person Advisory for a woman who hadn’t been seen since Oct. 5. 

The 57-year-old woman’s roommate said she got into a taxicab near Tesson Ferry and Gravois roads in Affton and said she didn’t want to be found.

After activating the advisory on Monday, police said she got in touch with law enforcement officials. Police said she is fine.



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