BREAKING NEWS; Amber Glatt Calls Her Mother; Authorities Search For Woman in Arizona

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VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) Authorities say the mother of a Valley City State University student missing since July 4th says her daughter has contacted her.

The disappearance of 22-year-old Amber Glatt prompted aerial searches in Barnes County over the weekend. Her mother Amy Rines, says her daughter has recurring amnesia since suffering a head injury two years ago.

Valley City Acting Police Chief Mark McDonald said, Glatt, told her mother on the phone call that her vehicle had a flat tire and she was picked up by a passing family in the “Grand Canyon National Park” late Monday.

McDonald said, according family and friends of Glatt she is listed as safe in Arizona on some face book profiles. But McDonald said, authorities have not made contact with her and Park Rangers in the “Grand Canyon National Park” are still trying to locate her. More reliable information should be available later according to McDonald.

Glatt was last seen July 4 after her boyfriend reported her missing. Her face book profile lists her as a student at Valley City State University originally from Chesapeake, Virginia.


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