CHANDLER, AZ - Chandler police say a woman who walked away from a residential behavioral group home Tuesday morning has been found.
According to Chandler police spokesman Seth Tyler, 40-year-old Pippa Cox was last seen at the group home on S. Ashley Drive, near Cooper and Ocotillo roads.
She is on prescribed medication and did not have the medications with her, Tyler said.
Cox was located on the Gila River Community and is safe and in good health, police said.
Police did not say when or where Cox was found.
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