Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable woman who went missing from Shepperton yesterday.
Officers are concerned for the welfare of Pamela Pearce, 76, who was last seen at home in Shepperton at around 11:10 yesterday morning (Wednesday 24 January). She left home without telling anyone where she was going, and has not returned. She was reported missing when she had not still not returned home by the evening.
Pamela is not thought to be in possession of a phone or car keys; and police are particularly concerned about her as it is not clear if she has clothing suitable for the cold weather.
She is described as white, 5’2”, medium build with long strawberry blonde hair. It is not known what she was wearing when she left home.
Officers are concentrating their search on Shepperton, and particularly the path along the river Thames where she likes to walk. It is not clear where she was going when she left home in the morning, so officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen her walking in Shepperton, or perhaps using public transport in the wider area, at any time since 11am yesterday.
Anyone who has seen Pamela, or may have information on where she might be, is asked to call Surrey Police on 101 or 999 as soon as possible quoting reference PR/P18019552.