Los Angeles police questioned actor Tom Sizemore about the disappearance this week, and the actor told TMZ, "I am relieved and happy Megan is safe and sound. It is unfortunate that she did not come forward immediately as this has caused me a lot of concern. However, I am pleased no harm has come to Megan and I wish her and her family the best and I am putting this matter behind me."
The family of the aspiring actress reported her missing April 29 after nearly a month without seeing her.
The case received little fanfare until word spread that Sizemore, known for his roles in "Saving Private Ryan" and "Pearl Harbor," was interviewed by police. The actor cooperated with the investigation and was not considered a suspect, according to police.
Sizemore's manager, Charles Lago, said the pair both lived in the same building in downtown Los Angeles and became friends.
Lago said Wren "was absolutely not his (Sizemore's) girlfriend," in response to the TMZ's assertion that Wren and Sizemore were in a romantic relationship.
"He has absolutely nothing to hide," Lago said.
Sizemore, 49, is currently in Germany visiting the troops and is not giving interviews on the subject.
Los Angeles has about 3,200 missing person cases per year and 95 to 98 percent of those people are located. Less than 1 percent are found dead, according to Los Angeles Police Department Detective Carmine Sasso.