UPDATE: Heavily-pregnant daughter of Waterlooville woman is found ‘safe and well’

Missing Lisa Brookshaw has been found 'safe and well'
Missing Lisa Brookshaw has been found 'safe and well'
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THE heavily-pregnant daughter of a woman from Waterlooville has been found ‘safe and well’ after going missing yesterday.

Lisa Brookshaw, 35, went missing from her home in Stroud, Gloucestershire after attending a doctor’s appointment on Wednesday.

In an emotional appeal earlier today, her mother Jackie Blunden told the BBC her daughter was eight months pregnant with twins and could soon give birth.

In a tweet, Gloucestershire Police have confirmed Ms Brookshaw has been found ‘safe and well’.

A spokesperson for the force said she was found in Yate, an area about 20 miles from her home.

The discovery came after officers said she could have travelled to Cheltenham, Weston-super-Mare, Northamptonshire or Southampton.