WHEATON, Md. (WUSA9) -- Two days after her disappearance from Kensington, Hannah Upp has been found unharmed, according to Montgomery County Police.
Police say the 28-year-old contacted her family at approximately 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. Upp was found in the area of Georgia Avenue and Shorefield Road in Wheaton, according to police.
Police say they have met with her and will continue their investigation on Thursday.
Montgomery County Police say they knew that this was the second time in five years Upp, who is an assistant teacher at Wheaton Montessori school, was reported missing. Upp made headlines for three weeks in 2008 after disappearing in New York City. She was later found floating face-down in the Hudson River and was rescued by a Staten Island ferry crew.
According to the New York Times, Upp claimed to be suffering from dissociative fugue, a rare form of amnesia, dramatized in the the movie 'Bourne Identity,' which causes victims to temporarily forget who they are.
Today, Montgomery County Police are asking anyone with information in this recent disappearance to call them at 240-773-5530.