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A 35-year old woman anthropologist who was reported missing since last week has been traced here,police said today.
Atreyee Majumdar had gone missing from April 4. Her family and friends had launched acampaign on social media to find her, they said.
"She was found this morning," a police officialinvolved with the case said, without sharing any furtherdetails.
Majumdar was reportedly staying in a hotel in the city and police were informed by the staff after recognising her with the help of photographs shared on the social media.
She had come home on April 4 from Toronto, Canada, where she has been pursuing post-doctoral fellowship, police said.
Her parents had told police that after reaching home on April 4 she slept in her room till 9 pm before stepping out with a hand-bag and purse without informing where she was going. She had left her phone behind.
Police had earlier said she was seen in the CCTV footage of two hotels where she is reported to have stayed on April 4 and 5.