UPDATED: 12:33PM CHICAGO, IL (CBS) – According to CBS Chicago, Irish singer Sinead O’Connor was reported missing after she went on a bike ride in Wilmette, a suburb located north of Chicago. O’Connor has now been found.

O’Connor left on a bicycle around 6:00am on Sunday, Wilmette police said. She was found Monday and “is safe and no longer listed as a missing/endangered person,” police told CBS 2’s Mai Martinez.

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Further details were not immediately available.

“A caller has expressed concern for her well-being,” police said. O’Connor had been staying in the north suburb and collaborating with musicians here.

The Irish singer-songwriter is perhaps best known for her recording of Prince’s song “Nothing Compares 2 U” and her appearance on “Saturday Night Live” when she tore a photo of Pope John Paul II during a live performance.

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In November, O’Connor threatened suicide on Facebook and she has been involved in custody battles for the children.

In early May, Arsenio Hall reportedly filed a libel suit against O’Connor after she accused him of providing drugs for Prince, who died on April 21.

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