A 23-year-old woman reported missing almost a week ago was found alive in Tallinn on Thursday.
Cärolin left her home on December 19 and was later reported missing. She was found alive at around 9:40 a.m. on December 26 near Pääsküla River in Pääsküla bog.
The young woman was found in a hard-to-reach area by two volunteers during a search and a helicopter was needed to reach her. The helicopter then took Cärolin to the North Estonia Medical Center.
Allar Lohu from the West-Harju police station said: "We are extremely pleased to have found Cärolin. During a six-day search, we checked tip-offs across Tallinn, looked at security camera footage, and in soup kitchens, among other search activities. We would like to thank all the volunteers who helped us greatly with the search."
Editor: Helen Wright