SHASTA COUNTY (KRON) — A Redding woman who went missing earlier this month has been found, but her abductors remain at large, according to the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office.
34-year-old Sherri Papini was last seen jogging on Nov. 2 on Sunrise Drive in Redding. She never returned from her jog that day.
Papini’s captors let her go near County Road 17 and I-5 in Yolo County.
She was bound by restraints, but was able to flag down a nearby driver and get help.
Papini was located out of the area and is in stable condition. She is receiving medical clearance at a hospital.
She has been reunited with her husband. Detectives are currently interviewing Papini.
The Sheriff’s Office will provide further details later Thursday.
The CHP and a local hospital helped the sheriff’s office find the missing woman.
The office is not releasing any information about her injuries.
Two Hispanic women with a handgun are accused of abducting Papini in a dark-colored SUV and are still at large.
The office is offering a $50,000 reward in its search for the suspects.
The investigation is still ongoing.
Anyone with information about Papini’s abduction is asked to contact the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office.