The missing Plano mother of two children has been found and is now home resting, police and a family spokesperson said.
Police said Janice Klein was found in a bathroom at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport at 5 p.m. Sunday.
"When DFW DPS located her, they interviewed her and they discovered that she was severely dehydrated," said Andrae Smith, Plano Police's public information officer. "She was disoriented and they then transported her to a hospital."
Robert Klein, the missing woman's husband, told NBC 5 on Monday that Janice has been released from the hospital after receiving IV treatment for dehydration.
Robert Klein said that his wife had no identification with her, making it difficult for authorities at the airport to determine who she was.
It wasn't until someone with DFW Police saw a Sunday evening newscast listing Klein as missing that anyone was aware of who she might be, police said.
Robert Klein said that his wife was wearing the same outfit she was last seen in Friday and had a train ticket in her pocket. Janice Klein told her husband she remebered being on a train, but Klein could not identify what kind of train or how she was able to purchase the ticket since she left home Friday without any money or credit cards.
Police said that at this point there is no reason to believe foul play is involved.
"There's no indication that there's any criminal act," said Smith. "We're investigating but we are going to continue to look at all aspects of her disappearance and try to determine why in fact she did leave."
Klein's husband told NBC 5 that he may never know why his wife left or what she did while she was gone, but he said he is very happy she is home.
Klein disappeared from her home in Plano on Friday.
Over the weekend, a thousand volunteers scoured the area. Police searched cell phones and a computer for any clues of Klein's vanishing.
Earlier Sunday, Robert Klein said, "We're devastated to know Janice has been missing since Friday but we're grateful and will forever be in awe of the love of our friends and our community."