Missing woman found alive in Montana

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LAS VEGAS, N.M. – The New Mexico State Police have received word from authorities in Montana confirming that missing woman Robin Parrot has been found OK.

New Mexico police will work with authorities in Montana to see how she ended up there and if criminal activity is involved.

Parrot, 35, of Sapello, N.M. went missing in the Sapello area on or around Sept. 17.

The wedding photographer is described as a pregnant 5’ 2” tall Anglo female, weighing approximately 115 pounds. She went missing without a trace, after last being seen at her partner's home last Friday in Las Vegas. Police officially opened a missing persons investigation earlier this week.

Parrott was last seen by her boyfriend, Tranquelino Sena. When Parrott's partner returned to the house a few hours later, Parrott was gone, as was her car and wallet. Her cell phone, computer and other personal belongings were left behind.

Friends became worried when she failed to turn up for work on Monday and hadn't shown up for house-sitting at a friend's home in Santa Fe. She also cares for horses, and hasn't been seen there since her disappearance.

Sena said he feared foul play may have been involved.

Parrott was believed to be driving a 1997 Subaru with New Mexico tag 251 PAD, and the state police issued an all points bulletin on the vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to call the New Mexico State Police at 505-425-6771.