'We love you and are here for you no matter what" -the family of a missing Scarborough woman appeal for her to come home

Sarah is 46 and from Scarborough. She hasn't been seen since Sunday (25th April) Credit: North Yorkshire Police

“We are all praying for you to come home, that’s all we want and we will be here waiting.”

The family of a missing North Yorkshire woman have made an emotional plea for her to get in touch - and come home.

Sarah West's mother, Valerie and sister, Rebecca have begged her to get in touch.

Sarah is 46 and from Scarborough.

She was last seen walking towards Filey on the A165 near Cayton Bay on Sunday (25th April 2021) morning around 8am.

Sarah, please come home. We love you and we are here for you no matter what.  “We know you are worried about your health and our health and we just want you to come home so we can support you. Together we’ll find the right treatment and the right people to help you and we will be by your side throughout it all.  “There are so many people who love you and care about you.

Sarah West's family
Police are appealing for any information about where Sarah may be Credit: North Yorkshire Police

North Yorkshire Police have appealed for motorists travelling along the A165 between Scarborough and Reighton to get in touch if they have dashcam footage from the road anytime from 7.30am Sunday which may show Sarah.

The Coastguard has been helping North Yorkshire Police with searches and it is believed Sarah may have been walking the Cleveland Way path, so police are asking walkers and anyone in the area to be vigilant.

Sarah is described as:

  • 5 ft5" tall

  • Of a very slim build

  • With dark blonde/brown medium length hair.

  • She is believed to be wearing jeans and a blouse top.


North Yorkshire Police have also released the below picture, a CCTV image of Sarah West, wearing an outfit similar to what they believe she was wearing when she was last seen on Sunday morning.

Sarah West Credit: North Yorkshire Police

Police say they're hoping it might jog memories of anyone who could have seen Sarah over the last few days and potentially generate more information to help them locate her.