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Missing Carlton Colville woman, Joan Wigglesworth, found ‘safe and well’

PUBLISHED: 11:59 25 April 2017 | UPDATED: 11:59 25 April 2017

Police appeal for information following attempted robbery in Lowestoft. Picture: Archant Library

Police appeal for information following attempted robbery in Lowestoft. Picture: Archant Library

A woman from Carlton Colville, who went missing earlier this morning, has been found safe and well.

Joan Wigglesworth, 75, was reported missing from her home in Beccles Road, Carlton Colville today (Tuesday, April 25), at just after 10am, having last been seen at around 8.30am this morning.

Police issued an appeal for information, amid concerns for her welfare.

A spokesman said: “Joan Wigglesworth was reported missing to police earlier this morning, Tuesday, but has now been found safe and well in Carlton Colville. Police would like to thank members of the public and the media for their assistance with this appeal.”

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