Update - Tuesday, May 29, 4:40 p.m.:
The Johns Creek Police Department has located Angela Pulliam-Salay, a Johns Creek resident reported missing over the weekend, and has confirmed that she is safe.
"The JCPD’s search for her is now officially ended," the department said in a statement. "We anticipate no further updates."
Tuesday, May 29, 1:15 p.m.: Johns Creek Police told Patch on Tuesday that there are no new developments concerning Johns Creek resident Angela Pulliam-Salay, missing from her home since Sunday, May 27.
Meanwhile, her husband told Channel 2, WSBTV.com, that his wife suffers from a medical condition that causes her to slip out of reality and that she left her home about 1 a.m. on Sunday after fighting with her family.
Monday, May 28, 12:15 p.m.: Johns Creek Police are seeking the whereabouts of Angela Pulliam-Salay, a missing adult female resident of Johns Creek.
Her family told police that she was last seen leaving her residence on Sunday, May 27. She left on foot, wearing a gray Peachtree Road Race T-shirt and yellow shorts with a stripe down both sides.
Anyone with information should contact Johns Creek Police at 678-474-1600.