A pregnant woman reported missing earlier this week was found safe Friday, Ohio police tell FOX News.
Olivia Maricela Soriano-Almendaris, 20, of Columbus, Ohio, was located Friday at an apartment and taken to a hospital, an official from the Columbus Division of Police said.
"Some of our investigators, along with an FBI agent, have spoken with the missing person," Sgt. Jerry Cupp told FOX News. "She's an adult. There was no foul play involved."
Soriano-Almendaris, who is nine months pregnant and reported last seen at 6:30 a.m. on Oct. 2, went to a bank later that day and attended a doctor's appointment on Wednesday, Cupp said.
She was due to give birth Oct. 2.
Cupp said the happy ending is the way most missing person cases are resolved.
"It's the way 99 percent of them work out," Cupp said.