Concern is growing for a woman missing from her home in Bedford since March 31.
Leda Bolden, 39, left her home on the evening of Sunday March 31, leaving the house without her handbag, keys or phone.
Since then her husband and daughter have been unable to make contact with her and are now extremely worried, as this type of behaviour is out of character.
Mrs Bolden is described as white, 5'5" tall, slim with green eyes and shoulder length straight blonde hair. She was wearing lime green Jack Wills jogging bottoms, a lilac polo top, her husband’s blue/grey French Connection jacket and white trainers.
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