Rachael Mattice, missing for 2 weeks, has been found alive

Rachael Mattice, missing for 2 weeks, has been found alive

MAYFIELD - Rachael Mattice, 24, has been found alive according to Sheriff Karl Abrams with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office and family members.

In a statement, Sheriff Abrams said, "In the early morning hours Rachael Lynn Mattice returned to her Johnstown address after being gone for approximately 2 weeks. She is currently being medicaly evaluated at a local hospital. She appears to be in good condition. There is still currently an active investigation on going."

The Sheriff also confirmed with CBS6 that Mattice has been cleared from the hospital and State Police are investigating.

Mattice was reported missing on June 24th by her father after he got to their family camp in Wells and found Rachael's car, but no sign of his daughter.

During a 1:00 pm press conference, officials say that Mattice indicated that she was held against her will for the last two weeks. Police say she was was dropped off close to her mother's home.

Captain Robert Patnaude says they followed up on over 300 leads. Police say the public should maintain safety practices, including locking your doors.

MORE: Reward offered for information on whereabouts of Rachael Lynn Mattice of Wells

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