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Missing Tallapoosa Co. woman found safe

Photo of Mrs. Barlow wearing her glasses (Source: Tallapoosa Co. Sheriff's Office) Photo of Mrs. Barlow wearing her glasses (Source: Tallapoosa Co. Sheriff's Office)
DADEVILLE, AL (WSFA) -

Investigators say missing Dadeville woman, 52-year-old Dana F. Barlow, has been located and is safe.

Barlow went missing on Wednesday morning around 10:30 a.m. when she left home driving a light blue 2007 Kia Spectra. She was last heard from approximately an hour later, but there was no contact made after that time.

Barlow was reported missing by her husband from their Still Waters area home Wednesday evening.

Investigators suspected she may have been traveling to Dadeville or Alexander City.

Authorities say they tracked Barlow's cell phone to a phone company on Old Sylacauga Highway in Sylacauga.

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