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Kidnapped Quincy woman found in Arkansas

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QUINCY (WGEM) -- Tabitha Campbell, 36, of Quincy, who was reported kidnapped from the Welcome Inn on Saturday has been found in Arkansas, according to police.

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Quincy Police reported she was found Wednesday night in Marked Tree, Arkansas, evaluated by medical personnel, and released.

Police said they are still looking for her suspected kidnapper, Mario Mason, 39, from the Memphis, Tennessee area.

Police said Campbell's family reported she was kidnapped on Saturday from the Welcome Inn.

Police said during a room search at the hotel they discovered evidence that supported a kidnapping.

On Monday police said they believed the two were in a stolen 2016 white Honda CRV with Illinois registration CS95996.

On Tuesday afternoon the Memphis Police Department located the vehicle however, they were unable to get the driver to stop and ultimately lost sight of it.

Police have issued a warrant for Mason for kidnapping and aggravated domestic battery.

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