On July 24, VicPD said Kristy Bolton, who went missing in mid-June, had been found safe. (Photo courtesy VicPD)

UPDATED: Victoria woman missing since mid-June found safe

Kristy Bolton dubbed high-risk missing person by VicPD July 7

A Victoria woman missing for more than a month was located safely by police on July 24.

Just before 5 p.m. on Friday, VicPD announced on social media that Kristy Bolton, 27, had been found and was safe after going missing on June 16. In the post, police thanked the public for spreading the word.

Bolton was dubbed a high-risk missing person on July 7 and VicPD called on the public for help locating her. At the time, police said Bolton was known to frequent the Rock Bay area but noted that she could have gone to the mainland. VicPD did not specify where Bolton was located.

READ ALSO: Victoria police conduct under review after arrest on Pandora Avenue


 

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