Authorities in London are urging the public to help them in their search for a woman reported missing from Greenwich.
Metropolitan Police in Greenwich posted an image of the woman, named Collette, to Twitter after she was reported missing from the borough on Friday (November 6).
A spokesperson for the borough police force said officers involved in looking for Collette said they were “very concerned for her welfare” and urged anyone with information about her whereabouts to dial the emergency 999 number to help them find her.
Have you seen #Collette missing from #Greenwich area since 06/11/20, we are very concerned for her welfare. If you have any inf please call 999 with ref. CAD 4487/06Nov, thank you. pic.twitter.com/CuXzTawK16
— Greenwich MPS (@MPSGreenwich) November 7, 2020
“Have you seen #Collette missing from #Greenwich area since 06/11/20?
“We are very concerned for her welfare.
“If you have any inf please call 999 with ref. CAD 4487/06Nov, thank you,” a Met Police spokesperson posted to Twitter.
The image of Collette published by Greenwich MPS showed a white, middle-aged woman with black hair.