Wilmette police said Monday afternoon that Sinead O’Connor has been found and is safe.

O’Connor reportedly left the area for a bicycle ride at 6 a.m. Sunday and had not returned as of Monday morning, according to an earlier police statement.

Wilmette Police Chief Brian King said Monday morning, before O’Connor was found, that she had last been seen riding a Raleigh motorized bicycle with a pink basket, and wearing a black parka, black leather pants and a sweatshirt with “Ireland” on the back.

Rebecca Cain, who lives on a leafy east Wilmette block in the area w O’Connor reportedly was staying, said Monday afternoon that she didn’t know how long the singer had been living nearby, but that she had occasionally seen O’Connor out walking.

A music industry source who asked not to be named said O’Connor has been living in Wilmette since at least late February.

On Sunday, O’Connor wrote on her official Facebook page about some type of legal issue.

Her rendition of “Nothing Compares 2 U” topped charts from Europe to Australia, and earned O’Connor multiple Grammy Award nominations.

In 2012, O’Connor she canceled a planned tour, saying she her doctor had told her to rest after a “Very serious breakdown.”

O’Connor, who has been married four times and has four children, signed a deal in 2014 to write a memoir.