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A 29-year-old Catskill woman has been found safe three months after she was reported missing, New York State Police said on Monday. Alicia M. Kenyon “was found safe and living in Maryland,” according to a press release issued by the state police. Their Facebook post added that she was “in good health.” Alicia Kenyon Alicia Kenyon Alicia, who was featured in Dateline NBC’s online series “Missing in America” earlier this spring, was last seen on Friday, March 19, 2021, at the Walmart in the Village of Catskill. A week after Alicia was reported missing by her family, state police released a photo from a security camera showing Alicia inside a Stewart's Shop in the Village of Saugerties on the morning of Saturday, March 20. Alicia had been living with roommates at Catskill Motor Court, but at the time state police thought she could be in the City of Kingston area. Alicia’s sister, Amy Kenyon, told Dateline she didn’t know where she could be or why no one had heard from her, but said they hadn’t been able to reach her on her phone and their family was concerned for Alicia’s safety.

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