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Twenty-year-old Breana James has gone missing from a Tweed Heads health care facility. Anyone who knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact police. Photo NSW Police
Twenty-year-old Breana James has gone missing from a Tweed Heads health care facility. Anyone who knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact police. Photo NSW Police

Update: A  20-year-old woman who walked out of a health facility in Tweed Heads on Saturday (September 23) without advising staff has been found safe and well in the area.

Inspector Wayne Starling of the Tweed-Byron Local Area Command said he was grateful to the media and the people who helped locate Breana James.

‘Let’s hope that she now gets the helps she needs,’ he said.

Original report: Police are on the lookout for 20-year-old Breana James, who walked out of a health facility in Tweed Heads on Saturday (September 23) without advising staff and has not been seen since.

She is described as Caucasian, with a medium complexion, medium build and long blonde hair that she normally wears in a ponytail.

At the time of her disappearance she was wearing a light blue top and black pants.

Breana is known to frequent the Tweed Heads and Chinderah area.

As there are concerns for her welfare, anyone who sees her is asked to contact Tweed Heads Police station 07 55069499 or call 000.


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