Appeal to find Patsy who could be in Hornchurch

PUBLISHED: 07:45 10 August 2018

Patsy has been missing since Monday. Photo: Essex Police

Patsy has been missing since Monday. Photo: Essex Police

Essex Police

Patsy has been missing since Monday and police and her family are concerned for her welfare.

Police are appealing for information to try and find a missing woman who may be in Hornchurch.

Patsy Suddell, 28, is from Southend, and was reported missing on Monday (August 6).

Her family are concerned for her welfare and she is believed to have been seen in Hornchurch.

Patsy was last seen wearing a white top, flowered patterned trousers and pink shoes and was carrying a purple and black bag.

Her family have said that she is known to visit arcades.

Anyone with information is asked to call Southend police station on 101.

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