Woman reported missing from Colorado Springs is OK
Police sent out a tweet Friday saying a woman from Alabama originally reported missing in Colorado Springs has spoken with police and is OK.
Leanna Juliano, 21, is no longer considered missing.
Juliano's mother has been talking with 11 News and also confirm she is OK.
Authorities are hoping for the public's help in locating a missing woman from Alabama last seen in Colorado Springs.
Leanna Juliano, 21, was last seen Monday along Gold Camp Road at Pullout #4 by her friend Paul Singleton. Paul said he and Leanna were visiting Colorado Springs from Alabama. Paul filed a missing persons report Wednesday night.
Police were called to Gold Camp Road on Monday by someone else for a report of a domestic incident involving Paul and Leanna. When authorities arrived on scene, Leanna was gone.
She is described as 5'07" and 135 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Paul contacted 11 News Wednesday night and said he believed someone had picked her up who was driving by.
"Leanna, if you're out there, please get in touch with me, get in touch with your mother, get in touch with somebody," Paul told 11 News Wednesday night. "We're worried about you and we love you. We just want to know you're safe."
11 News reached out to Leanna's mother, Maria, who hasn't heard from her since Saturday. Maria is in Alabama hoping for any help in locating her daughter.
If you have any information on where Leanna may be, or if you've seen her, please call police at 719-444-0000.