Police are continuing to appeal for help to trace a missing Northumberland woman four months after her disappearance.
Janis Hall, 65, was reported missing from her home in Catton, near Hexham, on December 19th.
Her disappearance was out of character.
Extensive searches have been carried out since her disappearance.
Mrs Hall is described as being 5ft 4ins tall of medium build, with grey short hair, and wearing glasses.
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Northumbria Police officers have been searching for a missing woman who's disappearance is "out of character".
Janis Hall, 65, was reported missing from her home address at Catton, near Hexham, on Thursday, 19th December. She had last spoken to a relative on the phone at around 2pm that afternoon.
Mrs Hall is known to frequent Allendale and Hexham and is known to often going walking in the local area.
She is described as being 5ft 4ins tall of medium build, with grey short hair, and wearing glasses. She was also possibly wearing a green fleece coat, black trousers and a Russian fur hat.
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