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January 22, 2022
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Police: Woman missing for a year returned home

Kayla Blackbird, who went missing in September 2020, returned home this week, according to police (San Juan County Sheriff’s Office)

MONTICELLO — A woman who was last seen in September 2020 returned home either Friday night or Saturday morning, police say.

A $200 reward for helping to locate Kayla Blackbird was offered in December 2020 when the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office considered her to be “possibly endangered.”

Now, more than a year after she went missing, her family said she returned home, according to a San Juan County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post.

The family is requesting privacy at this time, and no other details were provided about Blackbird’s return.

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