Police make urgent appeal for missing woman, 27, to get in touch with them after she left property in Bournemouth and has not been seen for two days
- Katie Hunt, 27, last seen leaving her property in Westbourne, Bournemouth
- Police believe the young woman may have travelled to Bridgwater in Somerset
- Force are appealing to anyone with information on whereabouts to contact them
Fears are growing for a 27-year-old woman who was last seen in Bournemouth two days ago.
Katie Hunt was last spotted leaving her property in the Westbourne area at around 4pm on January 18.
Dorset Police have now launched an urgent appeal to the public and are calling on anyone with information to contact them.
Detectives believe the young woman left her property in a black Land Rover Vogue and may have travelled to the Bridgwater area in Somerset.
Katie Hunt, 27, was last spotted leaving her property in the Westbourne area of Bournemouth at around 4pm on January 18
Ms Hunt is described as white, around five feet six inches tall and of medium build with long brown hair.
She was last seen wearing a white and dark grey hooded top or jacket, light blue ripped jeans and white trainers.
Inspector Greg Tansill, of Bournemouth police, said: ‘Katie has not returned to her accommodation and we are becoming concerned for her welfare.
‘We are keen to find her to make sure she is safe and well.
‘I am appealing to anyone with information as to her whereabouts, or who sees a woman matching the description given, to please contact us.
Police believe the young woman may have travelled from Westbourne to the Bridgwater area in Somerset
Detective have now launched an urgent appeal to the public in an effort to find the missing 27-year-old
‘Finally, I would like to make a direct appeal to Katie – if you see this please make contact with us or your family and let us know where you are as we all just want to ensure that you are all right.’
Anyone with information or knowledge as to Ms Hunt’s whereabouts is asked to contact Dorset Police at www.dorset.police.uk, via email [email protected] or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55210012343.
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