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Horseback instructor, 22, is found safe in Alabama after going missing from Georgia stables


Horseback instructor, 22, is found safe in Alabama after going missing and leaving her phone, wallet and car at stables in Georgia where she works

  • Abigail Toeneboehn told police she had left her West Creek Stables apartment on Thursday evening of her own accord; police confirmed she was safe Sunday 
  • They asked for help in finding Toeneboehn, calling her disappearance suspicious
  • ‘This is not typical behavior from Abi,’ a police spokesman had said 
  • Toeneboehn is from Lee County, Alabama; she currently goes to Southern Union State Community College and stays at the stables to train the horses there
  •  Austell Deputy Police Chief Natalie Poulk said she was found in Dothan, Alabama

A horseback instructor has been found safe in Alabama after going missing and leaving her phone, wallet and car at the stables in Georgia where she works. 

Abigail Toeneboehn, 22, told police she had left her West Creek Stables apartment on Thursday evening of her own accord, 11Alive reports. 

Police had asked for help in finding Toeneboehn after calling her disappearance suspicious. 

They confirmed she had been found alive on Sunday in Dothan.  

Abigail Toeneboehn, 22, told police she had left her West Creek Stables apartment on Thursday evening of her own accord after she was reported missing 

Austell Police Chief Bob Starrett described her as an ‘avid equestrian’; a police spokeperson said it had not been ‘typical behavior’ for her. 

They said in a statement: ‘This is not typical behavior from Abi who adores her family and her animals.’ 

Toeneboehn is from Lee County, Alabama; she currently goes to Southern Union State Community College. 

She stays at the stables three to four days a week to train the horses there, Fox 5 reports.

Austell Deputy Police Chief Natalie Poulk said she was found in Dothan. 

Police had used the canine unit to search the stables.  

Toeneboehn is from Lee County, Alabama; she currently goes to Southern Union State Community College and stays at the stables to train the horses there

Austell Deputy Police Chief Natalie Poulk said she was found in Dothan, Alabama

Toeneboehn is from Lee County, Alabama; she currently goes to Southern Union State Community College and stays at the stables to train the horses there. Austell Deputy Police Chief Natalie Poulk said she was found in Dothan, Alabama

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