Police appeal to find 87-year-old with dementia who went missing from her Romford home

PUBLISHED: 07:51 13 August 2018 | UPDATED: 07:51 13 August 2018

Edwina Lewis, 87, has been missing from her home in Romford since 4.30am on Monday morning, Photo: Met Police

Edwina Lewis, 87, has been missing from her home in Romford since 4.30am on Monday morning, Photo: Met Police


Havering Police are urgently appealing for the public’s help in finding an 87-year-old dementia sufferer who has gone missing from her home in Romford.

Edwina Lewis, 87, is believed to have left her home at 4.30am this morning (Monday, August 13) and has not been seen since.

She is a black woman believed to be wearing black trousers and a beige jacket. She may be carrying an M&S bag.

If seen please call Havering Police on 101 quoting reference number 18MIS032470.

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