BOUNTIFUL — Bountiful Police have cancelled a "missing and endangered person" advisory they posted for 46-year-old Sharon Ann Chatwin.
The five-foot, one-inch tall woman was last seen Jan. 31. She weighs about 115 pounds and has green eyes and long brown hair.
She had been in contact with her daughter and was headed home within hours of the police advisory on Tuesday night.
Her family and friends hadn’t seen or heard from her and told police that its very unusual for her to be gone so long, said Bountiful Assistant Police Chief Ed Biehler.
Her bank and Facebook accounts had also been untouched since the end of January, police said.
On Facebook, a man claiming to be her son-in-law had started a campaign to look for her. That man, Devon Bell, and Chatwin's daughter, Jamie Bell, reported online that she left her shoes and jacket behind. She talks to her four grown children regularly, they posted.
Chatwin may have been with 49-year-old Ector Martinez Medina, a neighbor she may have had a relationship with, Biehler said.
Local police aren’t familiar with either Chatwin or Medina.