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Missing Fort Bragg private Striped Wolf found in Florida

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FORT BRAGG, N.C. -

A missing Fort Bragg soldier has been found, the Army said Friday afternoon.

Private Juliet Striped Wolf has been located in Volusia County, Florida, and is safe and unharmed, said Army Criminal Investigation Division spokesman Chris Grey.

Striped Wolf, who left her unit without permission, will be brought back to Fort Bragg.

The Army's Criminal Investigation Command announced Wednesday it was opening an investigation into the disappearance of Striped Wolf. Grey had said investigators knew of no threats to Striped Wolf, but her mother, Janel Striped Wolf, had raised concerns about her safety.

Janel Striped Wolf said she was worried that her daughter may be with a woman with a lengthy criminal history.

"I base this on statements my daughter made to me and to the fact that this individual failed to appear in a court of law to face an assault and battery charge recently," Janel Striped Wolf, who lives in Arizona, had said on Facebook.

Friday afternoon, Janel Striped Wolf said family members assisted in finding her daughter.

"I want to give a special thanks to the two family members that stepped forward and provided invaluable information that led to my daughters location," she wrote on a Facebook. "As a mother I will be forever grateful and indebted."

Grey did not release details on why Striped Wolf was absent without leave or what penalties she might face.

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