Leeds & West Yorkshire

Hannah Barker: Police find missing woman

Hannah Barker Image copyright West Yorkshire Police
Image caption Ms Barker was found asleep near a main road in Leeds by police hours before she was reported missing

A woman picked up by police just hours before she was reported missing after a night out has been found safe and well.

Hannah Barker, 21, had been out with friends in Leeds city centre on Saturday evening and left them at about 04:00 BST on Sunday.

She was later found asleep near a road and dropped off at Pudsey bus station by patrol officers.

After a "wide" search of the city, she was located and reunited with her family, West Yorkshire Police said.

The force said Ms Barker, from the Whinmoor area of Leeds, was found on Swinnow Road in Bramley at 15:20 on Tuesday.

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