A 61-YEAR-OLD woman who had gone missing in Kidlington has been safe and well.
Susan Bond was reported missing by her family yesterday and Thames Valley Police had said it was concerned about her welfare due to her state of mind when she disappeared.
She was last seen at her home in Stratfield Road and police believed she was in the Kidlington area.
The police helicopter was involved in the search for the woman but she was reported found shortly afterwards.
Thank you for all the re tweets. Sue has been found safe and well #C9377— TVP_Kidlington (@TVP_Kidlington) May 28, 2014
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