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UPDATE: Missing Woman Found In Coeur d' Alene

UPDATED PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CDA POLICE DEPT: Coeur d' Alene Police Officers responded to 1602 East Sherman Avenue (Moontime) in reference to Ms. Jessica Lane possibly being at the restaurant. Ms. Lane was indeed at the restaurant when officers arrived on scene.

The Coeur d Alene Police Department wishes to thank everyone who took the time and effort in spreading our request for help in locating Ms. Lane.  A special thank you goes to Moontime for their phone call which lead to Ms. Lane being located.

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CDA POLICE DEPT: On January 23rd at approximately 2:00pm Coeur d'Alene Police received a report of a missing 25-year-old female Jessica Lee Lane.

Jessica's mother said she last saw her daughter on 01/20/13 at approximately 1:30pm. At that time she dropped Jessica off near the Citi Link bus stop on Appleway and Government Way. Jessica had told her mother she was just going to ride the bus around for a while because she was bored.

Her mother stated Jessica occasionally stays gone overnight but normally calls the family daily. She said she has searched for Jessica, and called friends and family and no one has seen her. Her mother explained that she is concerned about Jessica's welfare because Jessica is bipolar and she sometimes experiences hallucinations and volatile mood swings.

>>>Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jessica Lane is asked to call the Coeur d'Alene Police Department at 208-769-2320.

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