West Mercia Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 71-year-old woman from Worcester.
Sally Holmes was last seen at 3pm yesterday when she left her home in Worcester to walk into town.
Her normal route would take her down Astwood Road, then Rainbow Hill onto Lowesmoor. It is not known whether she made it into town. Sally would normally have returned home by 7pm but did not arrive.
Sally is around 5"8 tall and has straight shoulder length dyed blonde hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a maroon/purple knee length coat, blue jeans and black Adidas trainers with white stripes.
Her family and the police are concerned for her welfare.
If anyone has seen Sally or has information that can help locate her are urged to call 101 and quote incident 695 of 26th March.
Alternatively they can contact the missing peoples charity on 116 000.
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A Walk in the Woods: Sun 7th Feb (Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire)
This weekend enjoy a family event walking through Bishops Wood.
Visitors can explore and experience woodlands in different ways by making your own tree identification book and learning about the different uses of trees.
The event will be an opportunity for children to make craft items with woodland products, listen to stories about woodland animals and fairytale adventures.
“There will be plenty of activities to occupy everyone and everything will be repeated during the day to give people the chance to try out more of the sessions”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: http://fobw.weebly.com/
A woman has suffered a serious head injury in a road traffic collision with a car in Worcester.
West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to Bransford Road shortly before 8pm yesterday evening.
Three rapid response vehicles, a paramedic and a paramedic area support officer attended the scene along with an ambulance crew.
The woman, who is in her late teens, had a serious head injury.
She was treated by crews at the scene before being taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
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