Missing Chatham grandmother Sally Hann found safe in London after boarding flight to Mexico
Sally Hann has been found safe
A Chatham grandmother missing after boarding a flight to Mexico has been found safe... in London, police said today.
Sally Hann, of Gordon Road, was reported missing by her husband Keith on October 25 after she went shopping in the town and failed to return.
Four days later, the family were told the 55-year-old had been found by police.
The force told her she was safe and well, but they could not disclose her whereabouts, in line with her wishes, and were no longer treating her as a missing person.
She said she would contact her family in three weeks, but police reopened the case after they still had not heard from her more than a month later.
Police today said mother-of-four and grandmother-of-four Mrs Hann, who suffers from depression, has been found in London.
A spokesman said her whereabouts could not be revealed because she did not want to be contacted by her family.
Her daughter Kirsty Fraser, 32, said today: "We have done all we can and it's now up to her to get in touch with us if she wants to."
Sally Hann, from Chatham, boarded a flight to Mexico in October
Mrs Hann is known to have boarded a flight to Cancun in Mexico four days after she was reported missing.
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