Lucy Likeh, a 28-year-old nurse from Abuja, has been located by the Federal Capital Territory Police Command. The nurse, who had been missing for several days, was found and taken to a hospital for a medical check-up by officers from the Utako Police Division. This news brings relief to her family and friends who had been worried about her safety.

Lucy went missing after she visited Zuba Motor Park in Abuja to send a parcel to her friend in Minna, Niger State. On that day, she wore a black tracksuit, a black and white chiffon shirt, and a fez cap. After sending the parcel, her whereabouts became unknown, and her phone was turned off. Her family reported her missing to the Utako Police Division, hoping for her safe return.

The FCT Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Adeh, confirmed that Lucy was found and admitted to a hospital for medical care. Adeh assured the public that further details would be shared soon, emphasizing the police’s dedication to protecting and serving the community. She urged people to trust the police and provide any information that could help in such cases.

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Lucy’s disappearance was widely shared on social media, with many concerned citizens spreading the word in hopes of finding her. A Facebook user named Phil Smart posted a missing person alert, detailing Lucy’s last known activities and providing contact information for any leads. The post garnered significant attention, reflecting the community’s concern and support.

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According to the Facebook post, Lucy had informed her sister-in-law that she would visit Zuba Park to send a parcel after work. Despite confirming that the parcel reached its destination in Minna, her family lost contact with her shortly after. This prompted them to visit local police stations and file a missing person report, desperately seeking any clues about her location.

After days of uncertainty and anxiety, the news of Lucy’s discovery brought immense relief to her loved ones. They expressed gratitude to everyone who helped share the missing person alert and to the police for their swift action. Lucy’s family is now focused on her recovery and well-being, hopeful that she will soon return home safely.

This incident highlights the importance of community vigilance and prompt police response in missing person cases. The successful recovery of Lucy Likeh serves as a reminder of the collective effort needed to ensure the safety and security of all citizens.

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