Police sweep town centre in search for missing Harrogate woman

The police are sweeping parts of central Harrogate today in an urgent search for a missing woman.

Friday, 10th July 2020, 4:20 pm
Updated Friday, 10th July 2020, 4:26 pm
North Yorkshire Police are extremely concerned for the welfare of 66-year-old Monica Webber from Harrogate.

North Yorkshire Police issued a statement earlier today saying they were extremely concerned for the welfare of 66-year-old Monica Webber from Harrogate and are appealing to the public for information which would help to locate her.

By mid-afternoon a team of around ten police officers were sweeping the Dragon Parade area of Harrogate in a desperate search for the missing woman.

The police have also put out an appeal to the Harrogate public to get in touch if they have any information related to the disappearance.

Missing woman - 66-year-old Monica Webber from Harrogate.

Appeal for information about missing 66-year-old Harrogate woman Monica Webber.

Monica was last seen in the Dragon Parade area of Harrogate at 6pm Thursday 9 July 2020.

She was believed to be walking in the direction of East Parade/Mowbray Square.

She was last seen wearing a maroon, waterproof top with a hood, black trousers and black shoes.

Monica walks quite slowly and as it was raining at the time she was last seen, she may have been walking with her hood up.

Monica is described as white, around 5’3” with a slight build and short grey hair and wearing glasses.

Anyone who has any information which would assist officers to locate Monica is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police and quote reference 12200116795.

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