A 23-year-old Mesa woman is missing, and police need help finding her.
Hannah Tucker-Jones was last seen April 22 just before 12:30 p.m., Mesa police said.
The woman suffers from severe depression, anxiety and drug abuse, officers said.
She is described as 5'5" tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has black hair and usually wears it up in a bun.
Tucker-Jones has several tattoos. On her right rib, there is a flower with the name "Emmi." On her right inside wrist, there are a pair of doves. In between her left middle and ring fingers is the name "Brendon." On her right ankle there is a rosary and an unknown tattoo on her lower back.
She was last seen wearing gray sweat pants.
People with any information about her whereabouts are asked to call Mesa Police Department at 480-644-2211.
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