UPDATE, MONDAY, NOON: Missing woman Charlotte Hoey ‘found and okay’

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Friends of former Long Sutton woman Charlotte Hoey, who went missing on December 27, have reported she has been found and is okay.

WEDNESDAY 4.23PM: Have you seen former Long Sutton schoolgirl?

A missing woman from Luton who once attended school in Long Sutton could be in the area.

Charlotte Hoey (22), who went to the Peele Community College, was last seen by her family at her home in Daisy Place on Sunday.

She is described as being of slim build, with long light brown hair, blue eyes and a nose piercing. She also has tattoos, including an image of Marilyn Monroe’s face on her left hand.

She left home in her dark grey Vauxhall Corsa with the registration number AF13 YBY, and had been wearing a white jumper with a long fitted black coat, dark jeans, black shoes and a brown handbag.

She also has connections with the Norfolk area including Great Yarmouth and Norwich, and could also have travelled to Wisbech or Peterborough.

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for her and are appealing for anyone who believes they have seen Charlotte or her vehicle, or knows of her whereabouts, to contact police on 101.