• Johns Creek woman found safely after missing for days

    By: Mike Petchenik


    JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Johns Creek police said they have found a mother of two who hadn't been seen since early Sunday morning.

    Randal Salay told Channel 2's Mike Petchenik his wife, Angela "Angie" Pulliam-Salay, had a medical condition that has caused her to "slip in and out of reality."

    Salay told Petchenik his wife left their Merganser Lane home about 1 a.m. Sunday after having a fight with her family.

    "Me and the kids want her back," he said. "We've cried for her. We love her. We want her safe."

    Salay told Petchenik his wife left the home wearing a gray Peachtree Road Race shirt and yellow shorts.

    "We don't even know if she had shoes on," said Salay.

    Salay said his wife took her purse, but left her car keys, and may have tried to use her credit card to eat at a Waffle House in Roswell about 6 a.m. Sunday.

    "We're hoping it was her who used it and not someone else," he said.

    A manager at the Waffle House at the corner of Holcomb Bridge and Old Dogwood Roads confirmed that police had been in the restaurant reviewing surveillance video from the time when they believe Salay used the card there.

    Salay told Petchenik he's worried for his wife's safety.

    "We've just got to find her, hope she's well and get her back for us," he said.

    Johns Creek police told Channel 2 Action News Salay was found Tuesday afternoon and was OK.


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