Prayers and thanksgiving have flooded the Pollonais family home in Palmiste today.
It comes four days after Natalie Pollonais was abducted at the Debe interchange when she left the Central Athletics Gym at the C3 Complex in San Fernando.
One family spokesperson told Guardian Media the 47-year-old spent her first day of freedom resting in the company of very close friends and family.
Friends commended the police saying police commissioner Gary Griffith himself approached residents asking for CCTV footage to aid in their rescue of the woman.
One witness claims to have seen Ms Pollonais being hassled by two uniformed police officers near the abandoned roundabout of the incomplete Debe interchange just hours before her husband Jason lodged a missing person's report.
At about 7 pm on Monday, officers intercepted an ad wagon along the Churchill Roosevelt highway in San Juan and rescued Pollonais in what commissioner Griffith described as a "calculated extraction."
Investigators said two police constables are being interrogated at separate locations across the country in connection with the kidnapping.
We will bring you much more on this story in tomorrow's Guardian.