OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Oakland Police requested the public Tuesday help officers find a young woman who was last seen two days before.

UPDATE: Oakland Police said Perry Jue had been located Tuesday. Officers said she was safe.

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Jue, 27, was last seen Sunday at her home on the 1000 block of Underhills Rd. At the time, she was preparing for a camping trip in Trinity County.

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Perry Jue and dog Katara (Oakland Police Dept.)

Police described Jue as an Asian American female, 5’4”, 100 pounds, blonde hair with brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a silver puffy coat with a hood and black shoes. She’s reportedly traveling with her dog Katara, a brown-and-white husky. She also drives a 4-door,, silver 2018 Nissan Versa with the California license plate #8DVF070).

This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at (510) 238-3641. The OPD is also working with the Trinity County Sheriff’s Department to find Jue.

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