A missing Atlanta woman has been located a week after her mysterious disappearance, but questions remain.
Family members say they spoke with police late Monday morning and that they now understand Wyteria Jackson's case will no longer be treated as a missing person case.
According to family members, police say Jackson's uncle reported that he had seen her at his home in Athens, Georgia on Friday, and that she asked for gas money.
Jackson was reported missing after she left her Southeast Atlanta home September 15, and didn't return. A few days later she called 911, claiming she was locked in the trunk of a car.
DeKalb County police said they believe that call made on Wednesday was likely made in Atlanta along Interstate 85. Jackson was driving a 1998 four-door Saturn, with Georgia tag BNQ-1837, according to the family.
Her husband, Andrew Jackson, says he felt like his wife was not in her right frame of mind, and that "something was going."
"No matter what has happened, no matter how things look, we can still forgive. We can still get things to the way that they should be. She has to reach out," said Andrew.
Police say they believe Wyteria is no longer in any danger, but the family remains concerned.
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