A Brooklyn woman reported missing Saturday has been found safe in D.C., police said.
Sabrina Malone, 27, was disoriented when she was found by police but was otherwise OK, according to authorities.
Malone's mother told NBC 4 New York she was "thrilled" her daughter has been located and said she was getting on a train to retrieve her in Washington.
It's not clear how Malone ended up here. Details of how she was found remain unclear.
Law enforcement sources said police could not find an electronic trace of the woman until Thursday, when they discovered her credit card was used at Union Station.
Malone was last seen leaving her parents' Cobble Hill home Saturday night, when she told her family she was returning to her own apartment.
By the next day, there was still no sign of Malone at her Crown Heights apartment. Her mother said she didn't show up for her shift the next day at IKEA, where she's worked for three years, and that she never called in -- something her daughter would never do.
Sources familiar with the investigation say detectives interviewed Malone's roommate and learned she texted him Saturday night.
The sources say the missing woman texted her roommate because she was trying to get access to the apartment they share, and the roommate told detectives they only have one key.