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Sherri Papini, the Northern California mother missing for three weeks, was found on the side of a road on Thanksgiving morning chained and “heavily battered,” according to police dispatch logs.

Sherri Papini is shown in a photo released by the Shasta County Sheriff's Office on Nov. 3, 2016.

Sherri Papini is shown in a photo released by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 3, 2016.

Authorities are continuing to investigate the circumstances of Papini’s abduction and are looking for two women they believe are the kidnappers.

The 34-year-old woman was found bound by restraints along Interstate 5 in Yolo County. Officials were called about 4:30 a.m. after Papini was able to flag down a motorist. The mother of two was treated for injuries and reunited with her husband, Keith.

The Redding Record-Searchlight quoted dispatch logs from the California Highway Patrol, which said Papini was “heavily battered” and “chained to something.”

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