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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

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Missing Cumbrian woman found safe and well

A Cumbrian woman who went missing yesterday morning has been found safe and well.

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Gwendolyn Watson

Police appealed for information about Gwendolyn Watson, aged 51, of Abbeytown, who had last been seen early yesterday (Thursday) at Newcastle Central railway station.

Officers said they were concerned about her.

They urged anyone who had seen Mrs Watson or who knew where she was, to contact them.

She was found safe and well in Newcastle last night.

Police issued a similar appeal for Mrs Watson after she went missing last month, having last been seen on a bus in Carlisle. That search ended when she attended a police station in Newcastle.

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