UPDATE: Both women found safe in Monticello search

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UPDATE (2:38 p.m.): According to authorities, both women have been found safe.
We will have a full report on this story tonight on NBC 10 News at 5 and 6.
UPDATE (11:20 A.M.): KTVE/KARD has gotten reports that one of the missing women have been located.
Rosaena Berryman has been located and is alive.
Officials are still searching for Terri Frasure.
We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
Search efforts are underway Monday for two missing women last seen riding ATVs Sunday in Monticello. 
Terri Elizabeth Frasure, 40, and Rosaena Berryman, 47, were last seen around 6 p.m. Sunday evening.
The Drew County Sheriff’s office (DCSO), along with Monticello Search and Rescue, Arkansas State Police (ASP) and several Arkansas Game and Fish game wardens are assisting in the search.
The search also includes horses from the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC), the State Police helicopter, as well as Monticello Police Department Chief Eddy Deaton and others on dirt bikes.

Officials were told the two women left home dressed in what would be described as normal clothing. Their ATV tracks show where they entered the woods on Sullivan Road, in the Rock Springs area, but quickly disappear among other similar tracks.
The DCSO was notified around 10:30 a.m. Monday and began forming a search team.

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