Police have found the mysterious woman who was captured on camera days earlier ringing a doorbell multiple times at 3 a.m.in a neighborhood in Montgomery, Texas.
Lieutenant Scott Spencer of Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said the 32-year-old is with family out of state.
The mystery of a woman whose ghostly image was caught on a haunting surveillance video as she rang a doorbell with restraints dangling from her hands has been solved. Her identity is being withhead for now as a domestic violence victim, police said.
The man had made suicidal threats and comments and is believed to have taken his own life.
Earlier on August 29 at 11 a.m., police were called to the house they would later find him in-the man had been making threats of suicide, but when they arrived later, he was already dead.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office began circulating the video over the weekend in an attempt to identify the woman.
"There are no missing person's reports from the area that match this individual", the Sheriff's Office said in a notice posted on social media.
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Her desperate search for help drew nationwide attention this week, with many news outlets sharing video of the woman ringing doorbells for help.
Judging by the notes the man left behind after his death, police were able to connect the dots and reveal that he was the boyfriend of the woman who appeared on video.
Police now say that the woman was not considered missing. "The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office was alerted and is now investigating the suspicious incident".
"The female is confirmed to be safe and with family".
An area resident, who did not want to be identified, told KPRC-TV the woman also rang the doorball at her home. "The investigation will continue".
"The female that we have all been looking for has been identified and is safe".
The woman seen in the video over the weekend was not on scene when they arrived.