UPDATE: The Gayndah woman reported missing has been found
The Gayndah woman who was reported missing since Tuesday night, was found shortly before 2am this morning, safe and well.
Queensland Police Media has thanked everyone for their assistance in finding 42-year-old Lutrica Davey.
POLICE and SES volunteers launched a search on Thursday for 41-year-old Gayndah woman Lutrica Davey who was reported missing on Tuesday night.
Gayndah Police officer-in-charge Sergeant Joshua Ryan said Mrs Davey was last seen at Capper St in Gayndah at 8.30pm on August 9 and had not contacted family or friends since.
"We hold concerns of the welfare of the woman," Sgt Ryan said.
"She was last seen wearing a pair of black leggings and a black and white top and wasn't wearing shoes or things, she has mousy brown hair.
"If anyone has any information or has seen Lutrica please contact Gayndah Police on 41611211.
Volunteers will be canvassing properties and walking the streets.
While no suspicious behaviour has been reported, Gayndah Police and the Criminal Investigation Branch are conducting investigations.