Evelyn Bumby, who went missing on Friday, was found by police late on the night of 21st July. Evelyn sparked an extensive search because she is diabetic and without medication.
A major search is taking place for a missing North Yorkshire woman who hasn't been seen since Friday afternoon.
The disappearance of 57-year-old Evelyn Bumby is described as completely out of character, and police are becoming increasingly concerned about her safety.
Alex Watson reports.
Specialist searchers have spent two days in the hunt for missing farmer's wife Evelyn Bumby. She has not been seen since she left her home in Hutton-le-Hole, near Pickering, North Yorkshire on Friday.
The teams are scouring a 6km sq area around the family home on the edge of the North York Moors.Ian Hugill is from the Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team.
The officer leading the search for a farmer's wife who has been missing from her home in North Yorkshire since Friday, says concerns are growing because she has a number of medical complaints.
Evelyn Bumby, who is 57, has not been seen since she left her home in Hutton Le Hole, near Pickering on Friday. Police and RAF helicopters have joined the search, which involves around 40 police and mountain rescue personnel scouring the land close to the family home.
A major search is taking place for a missing North Yorkshire woman who has not been seen since Friday afternoon. 57-year-old Evelyn Bumby who lives just outside the village of Hutton le Hole was reported missing on Saturday morning.
Police say Evelyn is diabetic, and insulin dependant, but does not have her medication with her. She is also understood have have heart problems. Members of her family have joined 40 searchers on the hunt to find her.
Police are looking for a missing woman from the Hutton le Hole area who has not been seen since Friday afternoon.
57-year-old Evelyn Bumby who lives just outside the village was reported missing on Saturday morning.
Police say her disappearance is out of character and she does not have her essential medication with her.
Police officers, police dog handlers, a police helicopter and search and rescue volunteers from Scarborough and Ryedale and Cleveland Mountain Rescue Teams are involved in the search which at this stage is being centred in and around the Hutton le Hole area.
Inspector Andy Everitt of Ryedale Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “We are growing very concerned for Evelyn’s safety.
"I am appealing to anyone who may have seen her to contact the police.
"I also urge residents to check their outbuildings, sheds and garages in case Evelyn has taken shelter in them."