A man and a woman in their 20s who hadn't been since for several days turned up safe more than 1,700 miles away, police in their west metro communities said Monday.
Melissa S. Capaul, 24, of Eden Prairie, was reported missing to police Saturday. The next day, Levi M. Roth, 22, of Chaska, was reported missing to his city's police.
The two were last seen together late Thursday evening in Chaska, police said.
Capaul and Roth were found safe late Monday morning in Sparks, Nev., according to police in Eden Prairie. No further details were released other than police in Sparks helped with the investigation.
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