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Woman from Selkirk missing

Police in the Scottish Borders are trying to find a woman reported missing in Selkirk.

Morag Edwards from Buccleuch Road was last seen in the area around her home address at around 1am on Tuesday 2nd July

Morag is 42 and has not been in contact with friends or family since that time. Concern is now growing for her welfare.

She is described as white, 5ft 4 inches tall with a slim build , short dyed red hair ,wearing glasses and was last seen wearing dark coloured leggings and a dark coloured top.

Inspector Kevin Harris said: "Local officers have been conducting enquiries within the Selkirk area to trace Morag since she was reported missing.

"We are keen to establish her whereabouts as soon as possible and anyone who believes they have seen her since the early hours of this morning is asked to come forward.

“In addition, we would ask Morag to get in touch with friends, family or police and let us know you are safe and well.”

Growing concern for missing Kendal woman

Tracey Reid Credit: Cumbria Police

There is growing concern for a Kendal woman who has been missing since Monday 24th June.

38-year-old Tracey Reid has not been seen by friends or family since she left home to walk to local shops in the town centre.

She is 5 feet 5 inches tall, slim and has distinctive shoulder length pink hair.

Police Constable Robert Kerr said:

“Ms Reid has now been missing for a week, and we are keen to establish where she is and check she is ok.

"I would urge anyone who may know Tracey’s whereabouts, or who may have seen her recently, to let us know.”

Anyone with information should contact Cumbria Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Concern for missing Abbeytown woman

Gwendolyn Watson, last seen in the early hours of December 6th at Newcastle Central Railway Station Credit: Cumbria Police

Cumbria Police are appealing to anyone with any information about where Gwendolyn Watson may be.

The 51-year-old, from Abbeytown, was last seen in the early hours of Thursday morning (December 6th), at Newcastle Central Railway Station.

She was wearing blue jeans, a pink fleece and pink and white trainers.

She's white, 5ft 8' tall, medium build with shoulder length brown hair.

Police say that she may appear confused if anyone approaches her.

Anyone with any information is being asked to contact Cumbria Police at Cockermouth on 101.

Police search for missing woman

Debbie Starbuck, 44, last seen in Nottingham on April 27th 2010 Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

The search for a woman who has been missing from her Nottingham home since April 2010, has been widened to the Lake District.

It's thought that Debbie Starbuck, formerly known as Debbie Cooper, was in the Lake District a month after she was last seen at home.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen Debbie or her husband Jamie, in the Bowness area, around the middle of May 2010.

In March this year, a friend informed police that he had not heard from her for almost two years and was concerned, as it was completely out of character.

Debbie is between 5ft 4” and 5ft 5” tall and of medium build.

She was last seen with shoulder-length brown wavy hair and travelled around the Lake District in a red Citroen C3.

A police spokesperson said:

“You may recognise Debbie as someone who has stayed at your hotel or hostel, or you may have travelled with her. If you know where she is, please let us know.”

Anyone with any information about Debbie Starbuck is asked to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Growing concern for missing woman

There are growing concerns for a Silloth woman who has been missing from her home since 7th November.

Gwendolyn Watson, 52, from Abbeytown, was last seen travelling from the Upperby area of Carlisle into the City Centre around 3.45pm.

She was last seen wearing a pink zip-up fleece along with blue jeans and pink and white training shoes.

She has collar length dark hair with grey roots and glasses.

"We appeal to Gwendolyn to get in touch with us, we, and her family are concerned about her welfare and want to ensure that she is well.

"Gwendolyn left her home address on 7th November, despite a sighting of her on a bus, she has not been seen or heard from since. Anyone who has seen Gwendolyn or recognises her picture is asked to contact us.”

– PC Chris Blain, Cumbria Police

Anyone who has seen Gwendolyn or knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101.

Concern for missing Gwendolyn

Gwendolyn Watson Credit: Cumbria Police

There are concerns for the welfare of a woman who has gone missing from a Cumbrian seaside town.

52 year old Gwendolyn Watson from Abbeytown, Silloth hasn't been seen since the 7th November.

Gwendolyn left her home and travelled to Carlisle to visit relatives. She was last seen on a number 68 bus travelling from the Upperby area of Carlisle into the city centre at around 3.45pm.

She was wearing a pink fleece, blue jeans and white trainers. She has collar length hair with grey roots and glasses. Cumbria police are appealing for anyone that may have seen Gwendolyn to get in touch by calling 101. She could be in the Silloth or Carlisle areas.

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