Missing Houston woman found safe in New Orleans

Cynthia Rosales-Soliz, 31, is described as a Hispanic female, with reddish brown hair, approximately 5'7" tall and weighs approximately 170 pounds. She was last seen wearing a pink Texan jersey with the name Watt and #99 on the back, blue jeans and a blue hoodie with a Texan logo and the name Foster and #23 on the back. Cynthia has five colored stars tattooed along her right arm and the name "Luis" tattooed across her lower back. She also has a picture of an angel, the name "Chris" and the name "Gabriel" tattooed on her right foot.

February 7, 2013 2:21:29 PM PST
The search for a Houston woman who disappeared while visiting New Orleans has come to a happy ending.

Cynthia Rosales-Soliz, 31, who hadn't been seen or heard from since Monday has been found safe, according to the New Orleans Police Department.

Cynthia and her boyfriend had driven from Houston and were riding in their vehicle near the French Quarter when they began arguing on Monday. Cynthia reportedly became angry, at which time she exited the vehicle and walked off. Cynthia's boyfriend searched the area, but was unable to locate her.

Police said Thursday she was located safe and in good health. No foul play was involved.

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