SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — A Sacramento woman who disappeared for more than two weeks while vacationing in Miami has been found safe, her mother said Thursday.

Angela Morrisey (handout)

The mother of Angela Morrisey, a 23-year-old mother of two from Sacramento, made the announcement in a Facebook post that also thanked people for their prayers, help and concern “and for getting the word out.”

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Darnella Melancon, of Yuma, Arizona, had made a public plea for help in finding her daughter. Her post didn’t provide other details and asked for privacy on behalf of the family.

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Morrisey was in Miami with her boyfriend, who told police he last saw her March 28. The two were waiting for a boat tour at the downtown Bayside Marketplace when she headed to the restroom and never returned, investigators said.

The next night, Morrisey was spotted on surveillance video at a gas station in the suburb of Hialeah. She was alone and did not appear to be in distress, police said.

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Police had said Morrisey’s boyfriend wasn’t a suspect in her disappearance.