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