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Missing 80-year-old woman from Ipswich found safe and well

Essex police have announced that a woman previosuly reported as missing from Maldon has been found Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Essex police have announced that a woman previosuly reported as missing from Maldon has been found Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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An 80-year-old woman who went missing from Ipswich yesterday has been found safe and well.

Brenda Dean had last been seen in Parliament Road, Ipswich, shortly before 1.45pm on Tuesday, October 3.

Police had launched an appeal to find her, saying they were concerned for her welfare.

This morning, a spokesman for Suffolk police confirmed Mrs Dean has been found.

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