A 54-year-old woman from West Cornwall is still missing. Meryl Cameron was last seen over the Easter weekend at her home in Canonstown near St Erth. Her car was found at a local beauty spot known as Hells Mouth.
The family of a woman from Cornwall, who's been missing since Easter, have made a heartfelt appeal to help find her. Meryl Cameron was last seen at her home near Hayle - her car was found abandoned at a nearby beauty spot.
The family of a woman from Cornwall who's been missing for nearly a month have made an emotional appeal for help to find her.
Meryl Cameron hasn't been seen since Easter. Her car was found abandoned at Hells Mouth near Gwithian, a few miles from her home. Police and coastguards have carried out an extensive search of the area without success.
The family of a missing woman from Canonstown near St Erth are appealing for help to find her. Meryl Cameron hasn't been seen since Easter. Her car was found at Hells Mouth near Gwithian. Meryl is described as 5ft 3in tall and of medium build. Anyone with information is asked to come forward
Police in Cornwall have expressed growing concerns about the whereabouts of missing Canonstown woman Meryl Cameron.
Ms Cameron has not been seen for two weeks. Her car was found abandoned at Hell's Mouth on the B3301 on the morning of the 30th March.
Her family are appealing for information:
"We are getting increasingly concerned about Meryl and we are desperate to find out where she is. This is so out of character for Meryl. She is a calm and collected person who is full of life and fun. Please help the police if you have any information."
Devon and Cornwall Police have asked anyone with information to contact them on 101.