Workers at a packaging firm in Hereford which has gone into administration say they have been let down by the company.
175 people are losing their jobs at Gelpack.
A meeting was held today to inform the employees about the future.
Mark McQuillan reports.
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Almost two hundred jobs are at risk after Hereford-based packaging firm Gelpack announced it was in administration.
Gelpack has recently suffered difficult trading conditions, according to the administrators KPMG.
Most workers have been at home except for a small number who are helping to fulfil outstanding orders.
KPMG confirmed there have been no redundancies, and that it is looking for a buyer for the business.
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A missing 66-year-old woman has been found, according to police.
Shirley Butler went missing on Sunday 30 April but is now reported to be safe and well.
West Mercia Police say they are extremely concerned for the welfare of a missing 66-year-old woman from Hereford.
Shirley Butler has not been seen since Sunday evening (30 April). Her car was found in Waterfield Road, Hereford, on Monday morning.
Shirley is white, about 5 foot tall, of slim build, with short blonde hair cut short over her ears. She has been known to wear different coloured wigs. She was last seen wearing white slip-on shoes, black trousers and a multi-coloured cardigan.
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We're extremely concerned for Shirley's welfare and are keen to find her as soon as possible. If anyone sees her or knows of her whereabouts I would urge them to contact us as soon as possible.
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