Public urged to check garages and sheds as search for missing Devizes woman continues

Victoria Clements Credit: Wiltshire Police

Wiltshire Police have urged members of the public to check outhouses, garages and sheds on their properties as our search for missing 53-year-old Victoria Clements enters its fourth day.

It is believed that Victoria could be sleeping rough and a coordinated police search will take place today at various rural locations near Devizes.

Victoria Clements was last seen at 1pm in the Marshall Road area of the town on Wednesday 22 September. She has shoulder-length brown hair and was wearing a brown jacket, grey jeans and walking boots. She was carrying a blue bag with a butterfly logo.

Police believe that she left the area on foot and was heading towards the outskirts of Devizes

Detective Inspector Eirin Martin said: “We’re very concerned about the welfare of Victoria - she’s been missing for four days now and we would like to find her as soon as possible to ensure she is safe and well.

“I would ask members of the public to help by checking their back gardens, any sheds or outbuildings for signs of anyone having recently been there - this could include discarded food or wrappers, bedding material or footprints.

“If you think you may have seen Victoria or you’ve got any information which could help us find her, please contact us as a matter of urgency.”

Police are asking anyone who has seen someone matching Victoria’s description in the Devizes area to call them on 101 quoting reference 54210092699.