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UPDATE: Missing Maryborough woman has been found

Nicholle Ellis, 43, was last seen in Point Vernon about 4.20pm on Saturday.
Nicholle Ellis, 43, was last seen in Point Vernon about 4.20pm on Saturday.

UPDATE: 

A 43-year-old Maryborough woman missing since December 16 has been found safe and well. 

The woman was found Sunday night.

Before being found the last place she was seen was at Point Vernon about 4.20pm on Saturday. 

Police thanked the media and public for their assistance. 

EARLIER:

POLICE are hoping the public can help find a woman missing from Maryborough.

Nicholle Ellis, 43, was last seen in Point Vernon about 4.20pm on Saturday.

She is described as Caucasian in appearance, around 175 centimetres tall, of a proportionate build and with blonde hair and hazel eyes.

Police are concerned for her welfare.

Anyone who may have seen her, or has information about her whereabouts, is urged to contact police.

Topics:  fcpolice hervey bay maryborough missing point vernon



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