Victoria police located missing woman Jennifer Daughinee-Mendelson. (Victoria Police hand out)

UPDATED: High-risk woman found safe

Police asked for the public’s help in locating 22-year-old woman

Victoria police say missing woman Jennifer Daughinee-Mendelson, 22, has been located and is safe.

READ ALSO: Name of victims ‘ripped down’ from Victoria display

Daughinee-Mendelson was last seen on May 25 and was the subject of a high-risk missing person alert. On June 10, police said she had been located safe.

READ ALSO: Victoria police arrest two people during ‘tweet-a-long’ Strike Force operation



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