A Kent State University student reported missing by her family has been found safe.
24 year-old Heather Flynn was located, and contacted her family, on Saturday night, according to NewsChannel 5.
Law enforcement also talked with Heather, and confirmed that she was fine.
Heather's family reported her missing on Friday after she'd last been seen at Kent State's library on Tuesday.
(ANN earlier coverage) Police in Kent are looking for help in finding a missing Kent State University student.
24 year-old Heather Flynn was last seen Tuesday at the Kent State library.
Friday, her family filed a missing persons report after she was not spotted for three days.
NewsChannel 5 reports that KSU students are passing out flyers around campus, and putting up a poster on social networking sites.
There's no reported indication of foul play in Flynn's disappearance.
She is described as having brown hair and blue eyes, and her car is a gold 1997 Toyota Corolla with Kentucky license plate 062HXG.
Anyone with information is being asked to call the Kent Police Department at (330) 673-7732