BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Police Department continues its search for 37-year-old Jennifer Carlson.
Police say Carlson walked away from the University of Maryland Psych Ward on Green Street in a white shirt, dark pants and green jacket.
Police are concerned about Carlson because she has been diagnosed as suicidal and homicidal.
Earlier Friday evening, the Baltimore City Police Department tweeted out that Carlson had been found. That tweet was later deleted from BPD's Twitter timeline.
ABC2 News' Brian Kuebler learned the tweet was intended to say Rachel Fashae had been found. According to Baltimore Police, Fashae and her three children who had been missing since earlier in the week, were found in Harford County.
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