Concern grows for missing Northallerton woman

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a 62-year-old woman from Northalleton who was reported missing this evening (Monday 29 October 2012).

Margaret Dobson from Northallerton was last seen at home by her husband at around 11am on Monday 29 October 2012. When she failed to return home later in the afternoon, he became concerned and contacted North Yorkshire Police.



Police are very concerned for Margaret’s safety as she has health problems and does not have her medication with her. Without it, her health will deteriorate significantly.

Margaret Dobson

Police investigations so far show that Margaret purchased a rail ticket to York for a train which would arrive in York at around 12.20pm. It is possible that Margaret may have caught a train to another destination once she arrived in York.

Police are appealing to anyone who believes they have seen Margaret either at the railway station, using public transport, out and about in the city or knows of her current whereabouts, to please contact the police as a matter of urgency.

Margaret is described as white, around 5ft 6in tall, of slim build and has light brown and grey hair in a bob style. She has brown eyes and may be wearing glasses.



She was last seen wearing black shoes, black trousers and a green hip length raincoat which has dark coloured buttons and folds of fabric around the waist.

She was carrying a distinctive light coloured handbag with bamboo rings for handles. She may also be using a red umbrella.

PC Michael Wilson of Northallerton Safer Neighbourhood Team, said:

We are very concerned for Margaret’s safety, particularly as she does not have her medication with her.

Margaret has links with various parts of the country including Northampton, Chepstow and Newcastle and it’s possible that she may intend to travel to any of these destinations.

Margaret’s family are very distressed at her disappearance and we are appealing to anyone who may have seen Margaret since 11am today whether on a train or other form of public transport, or knows where she is now, to please contact us.

Better still, if Margaret sees or hears this appeal, we urge you to please get in touch with family, friends or the police and let us know that you are safe.

Anyone with any information which could help locate Margaret is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 12120182826.

 


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