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Missing Upminster woman, 63, found

PUBLISHED: 11:01 06 June 2014

An Upminster woman who has been missing since Monday has been found safe and well.

Pauline Medley had not been seen since leaving her home at around 10.30am.

The 63-year-old was found in Manchester, police said.

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Woman, 63, missing from Upminster

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