Sinead O'Connor 'located' following 'missing' reports, police say

A police spokesperson said she is no longer listed as 'missing' or 'endangered'

Sinead O'Connor pictured performing
Sinead O'Connor pictured performing

Wilmette Police have located Sinead O'Connor, after reports that the Irish singer had gone missing.

She was last seen going on a bike ride in the Chicago suburb of Wilmette on Sunday morning at 06.00am - but police say she is "safe and is no longer listed as a missing/endangered person".

A spokesperson for Wilmette police previously said they were "seeking to check the well-being of Sinead O'Connor".

"A caller has expressed concern for her well-being and no other information is available at this time," they said in a statement.

O'Connor is best known for her 1990 hit "Nothing Compares 2 U" which was written by Prince. She has recorded 10 albums throughout her career.

She has experienced health problems during her career and in 2012 cancelled a tour because she was "very unwell due to bipolar disorder".

A spokesperson for O'Connor said they had no comment.

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