UPDATE - 4:30 p.m. Monday
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- Police have located a missing Grand Rapids mother who was missing for nearly two weeks.
Latoria Wiley, 33, was found safe Monday afternoon by Grand Rapids Police. Authorities say she was missing on her own accord.
Police did not release further details of her disappearance.
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- Police are searching for a Grand Rapids woman who's been missing for 10 days.
Latoria Wiley, 33, left her home on the city's west side on May 30. Five days later on June 4, she made a short call from a payphone in the area of South Division and Burton Street, saying she would be home shortly.
Wiley never returned home and hasn't been heard from since. Her family says all calls to her cell phone go directly to voicemail. Latoria's family, along with her three children, told police that this is unusual behavior.
Wiley is a black woman, 5'6" to 5'8" tall, weighing 200 pounds. She has brown hair in short dread locks, and light brown eyes. Latoria has several tattoos, including a rose on her lower neck/back area and two hearts on her upper right arm (one containing the name Phillip.)
Latoria's vehicle, a 1997 blue GMC Yukon, is also missing. The license plate number is CNP5444.
The Grand Rapids Police Department's Family Services Team is investigating. Anyone with further information should call GRPD at (616) 456-3604 or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345. Silent Observer may also be contacted confidentially at www.silentobserver.org.