Starbucks Worker Who Mysteriously Vanished During Break Found Alive Nearly a Week Later

The North Carolina Starbucks worker who clocked out for a scheduled break and never returned has been found alive nearly a week later.

Allison Cope, 24, a supervisor at the coffee bar inside Raleigh-Durham International Airport, was located in Virginia Beach, Va., more than 200 miles away from where she was last seen.

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She has been brought to Sentara Virginia Beach Hospital, WRAL.com reported. Additional information, including her medical condition, was not released. 

Raleigh police told InsideEdition.com that an investigation is ongoing.

Late last week, it was revealed that Cope stopped at a gas station about 25 miles from the airport, still wearing her Starbucks shirt, about an hour after she left her job. 

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At the time, police said Cope did not appear to be in trouble or “under any distress.” There is no evidence a crime occurred, authorities said. 

Cope took her debit card and her keys when she clocked out. She left behind her bag and her cell phone.

Local police were working with the Raleigh Police Department and the FBI.

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