Owami Davies, who went missing after leaving her family home in Essex nearly seven weeks ago, has been found.
The student nurse is said to be safe and well and being cared for after she was located in Hampshire.
A member of the public who had seen media appeals called police giving them definitive information about Ms Davies, this was after 117 previous reported sightings of Ms Davies.
Her family, who first reported her missing on 6 July, have spoken to Ms Davies. Police will also speak to Ms Davies more fully ‘in due course’ about her welfare.
Before she went missing, Ms Davies had been nearing the end of her studies at King’s College, London. She had secured a job with Guys St Thomas Trust after working as an A&E nurse during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Back in July, Ms Davies had been found sleeping in a doorway by Metropolitan Police Officers on the same day that her family had reported her missing to Essex Police.
The Met said that the 24-year-old was not marked as a missing person on the national police systems at the time they had spoken to her.