Missing Starbucks worker found 6 days later

A women from North Carolina went mysteriously missing after taking a quick break from her job at a Starbucks in North Carolina.  On Sunday she was found alive in Virginia.

Allison Cope was reported missing last Monday after she clocked out at 3pm to take a break from her job at the Starbucks located inside the Raleigh-Durham International Airport in Terminal 2.

 Surveillance video shows Cope going down an escalator and leaving Terminal 2 with only car keys in her hand. She exited the parking lot in her silver Ford Focus by 3:10pm.

An hour later, another surveillance video showed her entering a gas station supermarket in Wake Forest, which is about 25 miles from the airport, according to police.

Police meticulously reviewed the video and saw no evidence that Cope was under any distress, Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority Police Department said in a press release.

The police in Virginia Beach informed authorities at Raleigh-Durham International Airport that they found Allison Cope, 24, alive in a parking garage near the ocean.

Cope, who was missing for 6 days, appeared to be in good condition when they located her.  She was taken to Sentara Virginia Beach Hospital for evaluation.  No further information about her status was provided.

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