Bloomington, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Minnesota BCA has canceled a statewide missing person for a woman that had not been seen or heard from in nearly a month. 

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The Bloomington Police Department had previously said 32-year-old Kelsey Koneczny had not been heard from since Dec. 5 when she was reported to be in St. Paul. 

The Minnesota BCA issued a statewide alert for the Bloomington woman on Dec. 19. 

Bloomington Police Dept. photo
Bloomington Police Dept. photo

The statewide alert was canceled on Tuesday morning. Bloomington Police said she had been found safe. The cancellation notice does not say where or how she was found. 

Law enforcement thanked everyone who assisted with finding Koneczny and those who shared information regarding the missing person case.

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