Woman believed to be missing pregnant NC woman found, deputies say

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SALISBURY, N.C. — Carrie Bradshaw-Crowther, the missing pregnant woman from Salisbury who was scheduled to have a caesarean section, has been found in Boone, WSOC reported, citing the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office. Family members -- who are heading to Boone -- also confirmed to WSOC that she has been found.

Deputies said a woman used an ATM card Monday at a CVS in Boone. Officials found her at a gas station a short time later, her van matching the description of Bradshaw-Crowther's.

According to a release from the Watauga County Sheriff, the 49-year-old exited the vehicle and said, "I am Carrie."

The identification card in the woman’s possession matched that of Crowther. She was taken to the hospital for medical evaluation.

Police had obtained surveillance images showing Bradshaw-Crowther the last time she was spotted at a Shell gas station in Statesville on Wednesday.

They hoped the photos would draw more leads as to her whereabouts.

The images show the 5-foot-7-inch woman wearing a blue jacket with her brown hair braided.

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