Debra Miller Found: Missing Pa. woman found alive "wanted to get away," cops say
Sgt. James Simpkins Jr. says Miller returned to town early Friday and upon arrival called her father and police headquarters, according to the paper.
Miller told police she "had wanted to get away," the local paper says. She withdrew money from her bank account, left her cell phone at home and boarded a Greyhound bus to Orlando, Fla., The Delaware County Daily Times reports.
Miller reportedly told police she walked around Orlando for about a week before returning home.
During the time Miller was missing, her brother told CBS Philly it was unlike his sister to suddenly disappear like this.
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