A former Maine state representative who had been reported missing has been found safe, according to state police.
Winslow police reported Susan Morissette, 47, left her home Saturday around 1:30 p.m. to meet a friend in Waterville, but never returned home and didn't answer her phone.
Morissette was found Monday morning in Sidney; it wasn't immediately clear why she was gone.
Maine state police joined Winslow police in their investigation on Sunday.
Morissette served as a Republican lawmaker from 2009 to 2012 in the state's legislature.