GALWAY - A car owner from Maine was found safe Saturday after concerns were raised over her well-being due to her car being found left unattended in a driveway, Saratoga County Sheriff's officials said.
Officials did not detail where she was found, but said the discovery of her car let to a search of the Galway Lake area over two days.
The incident began just after 12:30 p.m. Friday as the sheriff's office received a call for a suspicious vehicle in the Rubacks Grove section of Galway Lake, officials said.
The vehicle had been left unattended in a driveway and the investigation into the circumstances of the discovery led to a search for the registered owner, a 32-year-old woman from Maine, over concerns regarding her welfare, officials said.
Officials then began a search of the lake and surrounding area, a search that continued into Saturday. It ended when the vehicle's owner was found in good health, officials said.
Members of the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office Dive Team, Navigation Unit, Special Operations Unit, Criminal Investigations Unit and patrol division were assisted by state forest rangers, members of the Galway Volunteer Fire Department, the Greenfield Fire Department and numerous residents, officials said.