A frantic search was launched for Wazineh Suleiman, 30, when she failed to return to her home in Bartow County, Georgia, last Friday.
News of her reappearance came today as it emerged she and her husband are in serious financial difficulties and owe more than $1.2million, including $150,000 on credit cards.
But police would not reveal why she took off. Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap told the Atlantic Journal-Constitution: 'That's her business why she left. That's her business why she was gone.'
He said: 'She is alive and well. She is at an undisclosed location at her request.
'My investigators are interviewing her at this time. We're going to continue with the case to be sure no crimes were committed.'
Police interviewed her husband, Abed, for several hours last night. He told the newspaper the police 'wanted to totally rule me out' as a suspect.' Read More