UPDATE: Missing Prince Rupert resident found safe

Courtney Nicole Dudoward has been located, according to her family

Courtney Nicole Dudoward. (Prince Rupert RCMP)

Prince Rupert resident Courtney Nicole Dudoward has been located safe, according to her family.

Dudoward had been reported missing on Friday, Dec. 13 after last being seen on the previous night.

Her family wished to thank the Prince Rupert RCMP, Kitimat RCMP, and everyone who assisted and offered support during the search.

READ MORE: Prince Rupert Fire Rescue responds to gas leak on Third Ave.

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