Victoria Police say that Morgan Fawcett was reported missing on Wednesday morning and the circumstances are high-risk. (Photo courtesy Vic PD)

UPDATED: VicPD locate high-risk missing woman

Morgan Fawcett was reported missing on Wednesday morning

Victoria police thank the public for help locating a high-risk missing woman reported missing on Wednesday morning.

VicPD said in a news release Thursday morning tthat the woman was located and is safe.

Morgan Fawcett is a 31-year-old Caucasian woman with a slim build. Her head is shaved, her eyes are blue and she has several tattoos.

Police also noted that Fawcett likely has her beige Pomeranian with her and is likely driving a white Toyota C-HR with the license plate GN6 11W.

Anyone with information about Fawcett’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.

READ ALSO: Young B.C. woman missing en route to 100 Mile House has been found


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Police say the missing woman is likely driving a car that looks like this one. (Photo courtesy Vic PD)

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