HERCULES (CBS SF) — A Richmond woman and her 2-year-old daughter have been found after they went missing, according to the California Highway Patrol.

As of 8:54 p.m. Thursday, Jessica Tucker, 30, and 2-year-old Roselyn Artiga had been found.

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The pair was last seen Monday night in Hercules.

Tucker suffers from a medical condition and the welfare of the child was of concern due to Tucker’s condition, according to the CHP.

Tucker’s aunt called authorities on Tuesday to report her niece and great niece were missing after spending the night with her in Hercules Monday evening, according to Hercules police. The aunt also said her car was missing and calls to Tucker went straight to voicemail, police said.

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Tucker has legal custody of the child and lives with her boyfriend, the child’s father, in Richmond. The boyfriend also told police Tucker had not answered her phone or texts.

Both Tucker’s boyfriend and her aunt said Tucker has no relatives or friends in the area and she did not take her purse, money, ID or any other belongings when she left the aunt’s house.

Detectives who tried to contact Tucker by phone and text said it appeared her phone was turned off.

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