Melissa Sue Gillespie, 33, of Boise, who was first reported missing February 23, was located Tuesday after police asked earlier in the day for the public's help to find her.
Officers found her safe and were able to confirm her well being, police said. They provided no further details.
Here is the story that the Statesman posted online earlier Tuesday after receiving the news release about the missing woman from police:
Melissa Sue Gillespie was first reported missing February 23.
There's no evidence that foul play was involved in her disappearance, but she's missed several important commitments and isn't believed to have access to medication she needs, leading police and her family worried about her well-being, according to a Boise Police Department news release.
"With the length of time, the concern has increased," police spokeswoman Lynn Hightower said. "The detectives decided it was time to get the public's help finding her."
Gillespie, 33, is described as 5-foot-one, weighing 120 pounds, with blond hair and hazel eyes. She has also been called Melissa Johnson and Melissa Miller.
Police confirmed that she visited a store on Fairview Avenue on March 1, but have not been able to locate her since then.