Exactly one year on, the family of a missing Sussex pensioner are launching a renewed appeal for help finding her. Despite several sightings Police are no closer to locating 97-year-old Nellie Herriott.
The pensioner, from Brighton, was last seen on CCTV getting off a bus on the city's Whitehawk estate. Her family, from Kent, say the last year has been very distressing. David Johns reports, talking to Nellie's great-nephew George Holland, and Det Sgt Suzy Maclintock
Six months since she disappeared after getting off a bus in Brighton, the family of Nellie Herriott have renewed a plea for help to find her. They've also set up a website (www.georgeholland.webs.com/auntienell.htm) in tribute to her life.
The family of missing Nellie Herriott have released new photos of her on the six month anniversary of her disappearance.Read the full story ›
The family of missing pensioner Nellie Herriott are releasing new photos of her in the hope that further information will come to light about her disappearance.
Her great nephew George Holland paid tribute to her describing Nellie as "sunny and extrovert character, who never allowed life to get her down."
Her family have put together a special website to raise awareness of her disappearance.
Six months since Nellie Herriot went missing from Brighton, her family are appealing for information.
The ninety six year old was seen on CCTV near her home in Brighton in April.
Despite an extensive search by Sussex Police she has not been seen since.
Police are once again appealing for the public's help to find Nellie Herriott, aged 96, who went missing from Sussex in April.Read the full story ›
It has been seven weeks since 96-year-old Nellie Herriott was reported missing in Brighton and police are now scaling their search down.Read the full story ›
Police in Brighton have published two new photos of missing 96-year old Nellie Herriott.Read the full story ›
Police in Brighton have repeated their appeal for help to find a 96-year-old woman who has not been seen since Monday morning.
Nellie Herriott was last seen wearing a blue coat and black hat at 11am at a bus stop on Race Hill in the city.
Insp Jon Carter said: "Nellie is vulnerable due to her age and she also suffers from Alzheimers which can cause her to become confused. It's now been four days since she was last seen and we're very anxious to hear from anyone who thinks they may know where she is."