Chantelle Ouimette: Missing from Utah Found

UPDATE: “Early this morning, Chantelle Ouimette contacted the St. George Police Department after she saw herself as being reported missing on the news.  She indicacted that she had checked herself into the Dixie Regional Medical Center. Any questions surrounding her admittance to the hospital will need to contact the Dixie Regional Medical Center.

The St. George Police Department would like to thank all Facebook users who commented and shared this story.  We would also like to thant the media for the coverage on Chantelle that ultimately led to her seeing her story and contacting the police.

Captain James Van Fleet
St. George Police Department”

Chantelle Ouimette, 21, from northern Utah was last seen around 7:30 p.m. on Sunday at a friends home in St. George.  She left to take a drive in a 1992 Jeep Wangler, Utah license plate A961UN and has not been seen since.

Chantelle had been visiting St. Geoge from northern Utah for a few weeks.  She last used her cell phone around 9:45 p.m. in Ivins near Normandy and Guy Roads. 

Police drove to the location, but did not find her nor the Jeep. 

Chantelle has sandy blonde shoulder length hair and blue eyes and was glasses.  She is 5’8″ tall and 130 pounds.  She was wearing grey pants, grey shoes and a black shirt and a green long sleeved pullover shirt.

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