THE family of a girl from Portsmouth who went missing in Thailand have thanked the public for their support in finding her.
Hannah Davies, 21, went missing nearly a week ago, after last being seen in the Bang Kapi shopping mall in Bangkok on Saturday.
Her mum, Theresa Davies, flew out to Bangkok in a desperate bid to find her, and she was located by police on Wednesday before being taken for treatment at the Somdet Chaopraya Hospital in the city.
Hannah’s cousin Amy Honeywell, 20, has thanked the public for their support.
She said: ‘We’re very relieved that she’s been found and thankful to everybody who put in the effort and shared the web page and opened their eyes a bit to see if they could find her.
‘We’re happy that it ended with us finding her.’
Theresa and Hannah’s aunt Lucy arrived at the British Embassy in Bangkok to be whisked off immediately to the hospital where they will be reunited, a family member said.
The family had launched a website appealing for information about the whereabouts of Hannah, who was travelling alone in Thailand.