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Police search for Foyle's War actress Honeysuckle Weeks

Police are concerned for Honeysuckle's welfare Credit: Sussex Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of Honeysuckle Weeks, who starred in the ITV wartime crime drama, Foyle's War.

Honeysuckle, who is 36, lives in Petworth. She was last seen in Graylingwell Drive, Chichester at 9pm on Thursday night and was reported missing around 10pm.

She is around 5'4" with cropped gingery blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a blue anorak and faded blues jeans.

Detective Kate Witt said: "We are concerned about Honeysuckle as her recent behaviour has concerned family and friends and she has expressed to them she is feeling anxious.

"Although she travels around a lot and has links in London and has family in Wiltshire, it is unlike her not to be in touch with family.

"If you read this Honeysuckle, please get in touch to let us know you are ok."

Anyone with information or has seen her, please contact police on 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 999 in an emergency, quoting serial 1632 of 28/07.

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