(Updated: 12:05 p.m.)
Massachusetts State Police are now reporting that the search is complete and Robin Sack has been found alive and safe, police said.
Police earlier today, before finding Sack, that her car had been towed to the Massachusetts State Police facility to be processed by crime scene technicians. Police said at that time there was no real indication a crime had been committed, however.
The Southington Police Department was notified that Robin Sack was located at a residence in Acton, Mass.," Southington Police Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz said. "It was reported that Mrs. Sack is safe and unharmed. Acton Police are on scene with Mrs. Sack."
"At this time there is no known connection to the Acton area and there are no other details available at this time."
The Southington Police Department, in conjunction with the Massachusetts State Police, are searching for a missing South End Road resident after her car was found abandoned on the side of Rote 2 in Acton, Mass., early Friday.
Southington Police Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz said Robin Sack, 50, of South End Road, was last seen at her home on Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. Friends and family have been in contact with Sack ever since.
After friends and family contacted Southington police with concerns about Sack’s safety, Massachusetts State police found her car abandoned on the side of Route 2 in Acton, a community located about 20 minutes outside of Boston.
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“The Toyota sedan with a Connecticut registration was observed on the other side of the road from the Concordian Motel,” said Dave Procopio, spokesman for the Massachusetts State Police. “Personal belongings were found in the vehicle.”
State police initiated a search after learning she was missing, using K-9 units and the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing, but the search has been unsuccessful.
“While there is no evidence of a crime having been committed at this time, the State Police Crime Scene Services Section and the Middlesex County State Police Detective Unit are also responding to assist in the investigation. We additionally have been sharing information with police in Connecticut,” Procopio said.
Anyone with information about Sack’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Southington Police Department at (860) 621-0101 or Massachusetts State Police at (508) 820-2121 or by calling 911 on a cell phone.
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