Missing Plainview woman found safe - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Missing Plainview woman found safe

Ashlee Davis Quevedo is on her way home Ashlee Davis Quevedo is on her way home
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Missing Plainview woman Ashlee Davis Quevedo has been found safe. She contacted her mother around 8 p.m. Saturday night and made arrangements to meet with her in Lubbock.

Ashlee's mother, Robin Davis, was very grateful, saying the media coverage helped her daughter come forward

"I just want to thank you so much for everything you've done," Davis said.

Quevedo was reported missing on Wednesday, Dec. 18. Her mother says she last saw her on Thursday, Aug. 15 in Plainview and last spoke to her on Wednesday, Aug. 21.

Quevedo's mother hired a private investigator to locate her daughter, but when the investigator was unable to find her, she went to law enforcement for help.

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