Sussex Police said that Honeysuckle Weeks is now safe and sound

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British actress Honeysuckle Weeks – who had been missing since late Thursday night after exhibiting concerning behavior – has been found safe.

Weeks’ sister Perdita tweeted Friday: “Safe and sound thank you all,” after Sussex police in England confirmed the news.

According to the BBC Sussex police said the actress had been “found safe and well, and is with police”.

Weeks, best known for her role on the drama Foyle’s War, was reported missing by her family an hour after she was last seen in Chichester, a city in West Sussex, at 9 p.m. Thursday night.

“We are concerned about Honeysuckle as her recent behavior has concerned family and friends and she has expressed to them she is feeling anxious,” Detective Kate Witt said in a press release.

The 36-year-old’s agency, The Artists Partnership, told the BBC they were also unable to get in touch with Weeks.

Earlier this year, Weeks was ordered to wear an electronic tag for four-weeks after being caught speeding with a child in the back seat, the Telegraph reported. The Telegraph reported that she was already on a driving ban.

Weeks recently finished filming the show Lewis for ITV, as well as the Sky mystery series The Five, her spokesperson told The Telegraph.