Woman who caused concern after leaving hospital identified following appeal

File photo of  the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Picture Archant.

File photo of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Picture Archant.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Police have thanked the public for helping to trace a woman who caused concern after leaving a Norfolk hospital.

Officers were called to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital shortly after 5am on Saturday, February 23, following concerns for the woman’s safety.

She attended the hospital at about 10pm on Friday seeking assistance, but left prior to further medical checks.

Following a public appeal by Norfolk police, the woman was identified.

A police spokesman said: “We would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance with this appeal.”

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