Missing Rihanna and Beyoncé backup dancer found safe

Rihanna posted on Instagram Tuesday asking fans to help find a backup dancer who went missing Sunday, and the 32-year-old dancer, Shirlene Quigley, was found Tuesday. The North Bergen, New Jersey police tweeted that “she is safe and being treated at an undisclosed location.” It’s still not known what happened to the woman who quickly became national news because of her work for such big celebs, but she received some type of medical treatment after the police located her in New Jersey.

Quigley, who’s danced for Rihanna, Beyonce, and Missy Elliot, was reported missing Monday as no one had seen her since she boarded a bus at New York’s Port Authority Bus Terminal Sunday morning. NBC News reported that her cell phone was found in a Manhattan bridal shop, where her dad said she could have been picking up something for a show, and her car was located outside a Hertz facility in New Jersey.

After learning that Quigley was found safe, Missy Elliot tweeted: “Thank u 4 all your prayers everyone & @nbpolice #shirlenequigley is safe & being treated in a disclosed location.”

“We are very pleased with this outcome,” the North Bergen Police Department told People magazine. “We want to thank the New York City Police Department for their tremendous amount of cooperation in this matter.”

Quigley teaches her signature “Street Stilettos” dance style at multiple studios in Manhattan. She’s appeared in Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” music video and Rihanna’s “S.O.S.” video, as well as several of Rihanna’s live shows.

Her dad is reportedly flying from California to be with her.