Patricia Henry

Patricia HenryPolice Scotland is appealing for information from the media and the public to trace a missing 45-year-old woman originally from Paisley.

Patricia Henry (45) who has no fixed abode, but previously lived in Kirkwood Place in Girvan, has not been seen by family or friends since Saturday 11 November 2017.

Patricia is described as white, 5ft 10 of slim build and has collar length brown hair. She has a tattoo of two clouds and rose bearing the name Patty on her left upper arm and a tattoo of a dolphin on her hip.

Officers have been following enquiries and speaking to friends and family to try and trace her.

Police Constable Alan Kiley, Paisley Police Office, said, “Patricia was originally believed to have been off travelling however a missing person enquiry was launched on Tuesday 14 March 2018 after family became increasingly concerned that nobody had heard from her in such a long time.

“Following enquiries we now believe she has not left the country and would appeal for anyone who knows her, or has any idea where she may have gone to come forward and contact us.

“We know she has previously battled medical issues and just want to make sure she is safe and well.

“We would also appeal to Patricia herself to come forward and let her family or the Police know she is okay.”

Anyone with any information should contact Police via 101, quoting incident number 3401 of Tuesday 14 March 2018. Alternatively you can contact CRIMESTOPPERS on 0800 555 111 where information can be given anonymously.


 

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