ALBANY, N.Y. — The Albany County Sheriff's office found a woman who went missing from the town of Westerlo.
Irina Mockute-Savyer was last seen April 15 at around 11 a.m. leaving her home on Route 1 in a 2005 gray Chevrolet Cavalier with New York registration AFN6784.
Mockute-Savyer had left her 15-year-old daughter at home along with little food and without a working telephone. The daughter was unsure as to where her mother was and was not sure when she would be home.
Due to the fact that she had no family in the area, Mockute-Savyer's daughter was turned over to Albany County Child Protective Services.
Police say she was apparently planning a trip to the State of Florida and was originally going to take her daughter with her. The 47-year-old is described as a white female, being 5'07″ and weighing approximately 150 pounds with dark brown shoulder-length hair and blue eyes, and wears glasses.
The sheriff says there is no information to suggest that there was any foul play involved but they are concerned for her well-being.
Mockute-Savyer was found Wednesday, April 16.