Pennsylvania woman Katie Stoner who went missing on Valentine's Day found safe

Police had named her ex-boyfriend as a person of interest Sunday, but Tuesday said no foul play was suspected.

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By Elisha Fieldstadt

A Pennsylvania woman who had been missing since Valentine's Day was found safe, police said Tuesday.

"Katie Stoner has been found safe and sound. Thank you everyone for your help. Great job to all. Case closed. Foul play not suspected," Kittanning Borough Police wrote in a statement without providing any other details.

Katie L. StonerKittanning Borough Police

On Sunday, Kittanning police said Stoner's ex-boyfriend, John Eugene Colbert, had been identified as a person of interest in the 27-year-old woman's disappearance.

Police said Colbert, 30, from New Castle, which is about 50 miles west of Kittanning, was also wanted by other law enforcement agencies. They didn't say Tuesday whether or not he had been apprehended by any of those agencies.

Police said that when Stoner went missing she had a cut on her left eye and burn marks on her wrists.