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Wednesday, 20 August 2014

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Missing woman found in Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary

A search was launched for a woman after she went missing on New Year’s Day in Carlisle, sparking a campaign to find her on social media.

Jemma Louise Jones, 23, of Penrith, was reported missing to police yesterday afternoon after disappearing in the early hours of the morning after enjoying New Year's Eve celebrations in Carlisle.

Concerned friends and family posted messages on social media such as Twitter and Facebook to try to find her.

Police said she was found safe and well in Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary at 5am today.

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