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Ipswich: Missing woman Tanya Nicholls found ‘safe and well in Ipswich’

18:07 05 March 2014

Tanya Nicholls has been found safe and well

Tanya Nicholls has been found safe and well


Missing Ipswich woman Tanya Nicholls has been found “safe and well”, police have said.


The 45-year-old was reported missing to police after she was last seen at around 3.55pm on Monday.

She was in Woodbridge Road near the Co-op store when she left the people she was with.

But today a spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said she had been “found safe and well in Ipswich”.

She added: “Police would like to thank the public and media for all their support in this missing person enquiry.”


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