West Virginia woman who went missing in Chicago found

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Deloris Arnold | White Sulpher Springs West Virginia Police Department

A West Virginia woman who went missing nearly three weeks ago in Chicago has been found.

Deloris Arnold, 70, was last seen July 13 at the Greyhound Station at 630 W. Harrison St., according to a statement from the White Sulpher Springs Police Department in West Virginia.

Police said Wednesday morning that Arnold had been found, but no additional details were provided.

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