HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A woman missing for four days has been found safe.
According to the Huntington Police Department, 58-year-old Debora Browning was found safely at the Huntington City Mission.
No details have been released at this time about her condition.
Police say that Browning was last seen at Pullman Square on Friday evening when she dropped off a family member. When the family member came back -- Browning was gone.
No information has been released about how Browning ended up at the mission.
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Huntington Detectives say Debora Browning, 58, dropped off a family member at Pullman Square Friday evening.
When Browning didn't return, the family member went looking for her and found her car parked nearby. Police say her keys and purse were inside the car, but there was no sign of Browning.
Police say they are concerned because Browning has mental health issues.
Browning was last seen wearing a black jacket, gray sweater and red pants.
Anyone with knowledge of her whereabouts is asked to call the Huntington Police Department tip line at 304-696-4444 or your local 911.
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