Two people who went missing separately in Brighton and Hove have been found safe and well.
They turned up within days of Sussex Police issuing public appeals to try to find them.
Jessica Pusey, 17, from Hove, was found in the town on Saturday morning (14 July) less than 48 hours after Sussex Police asked for help finding her.
The teenager had been missing for almost a week.
Roy Atkins, 55, was being treated at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, in Kemp Town, when he disappeared.
Mr Atkins was missing for five days.
Sussex Police said today (Monday 16 July): “Missing teenager Jessica Pusey was found safe and well in Hove on Saturday morning (14 July).
“Jessica, 17, had been missing since Sunday (8 July).”
The force added: “We’re pleased to say that Roy Atkins, 55, who was reported missing from the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, during the early hours of Tuesday morning (10 July) was located in Fort Road, Newhaven, shortly after 1pm on Sunday (15 July).”