21-year-old Stefann Brown, who went missing from York Hospital, has been found safe and well.
York police are asking for the public’s help to find a man who has been missing since Tuesday morning.
Stefann Alan Brown, 21, was reported missing by staff at York Hospital after he walked out of the hospital without completing his treatment or taking his essential medication with him.
He is described as 5ft 6in tall, of slim build with dark hair.
It is believe he was wearing pyjamas bottoms when he left the hospital and may not be wearing any shoes.
Police are asking anyone who spots Stefann to contact them.
North Yorkshire Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a man who went from from York Hospital.
Stefann Alan Brown, 21, was reported missing by hospital staff after he walked out of the hospital on Tuesday morning without completing his treatment or taking his essential medication with him.
Police say a sighting in York city centre confirms that he may be barefoot and officers are searching locations across the city.
Stefann is also known to have contacts in the Clevelandf area, and investigations are underway in that area.
Anyone who believes they have seen Stefann since Tuesday morning, or knows where he is now, is urged to contact North Yorkshire Police as a matter of urgency.
Please call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass information to the Force Control Room.
Ten wards at York Hospital have been affected by the Norovirus. Five wards are closed due to the spread of the stomach bug. Visitors who are unwell are being asked not to visit their friends and relatives.
The bug is highly infectious and can be spread by hand to hand contact. The hospital are taking measures to prevent further ward closures.