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Missing Fort Collins woman was found and reunited with family

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Danielle Lewis has been missing since Thursday morning. (Photo: Fort Collins Police)

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The search for a Fort Collins woman missing since Thursday has been called off, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday night.

Ft. Collins Police said that Daniel Lewis was reunited with her family, after contacting a friend on Monday afternoon.

She was reportedly in the Ft. Collins area since Saturday.

She did not suffer any injuries.  Officials will conduct no further investigation.

Police and park rangers searched for Lewis, 21, since she left her home in the 200 block of Linda Lane in Fort Collins about 11:45 a.m. Thursday.

She was last spotted about 3 p.m. Thursday riding her bike westbound on West County Road 38 near Horsetooth Reservoir.

A relative of Danielle Lewis said Sunday a jacket believed to belong to her was found on a hiking trail in Horsetooth Mountain Park on Sunday afternoon. The article of clothing could not be positively identified as Lewis’.

Lewis was an endangered adult because of a seizure disorder. She did not have her medication.