POLICE are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 36-year-old woman with links to Chichester who has gone missing from Norwich.
Emma Belka was reported missing at about 4pm on Sunday, May 19, after last being seen at 1.45pm by her partner.
The Observer was contacted by a friend of Emma who grew up with her in Chichester and believes she may have travelled back to the area.
Emma grew up in Brackelsham Bay, attended Bishop Luffa from 1987 to 1993/4.
She then moved to Aldwick where she married and lived under the name Emma Moss for a few years before moving to Norwich around 2000/2001.
Her maiden name was Emma Teboon.
She is described as white, around 5ft tall, of slight build, with light brown, bobbed, hair, has a pale and freckly complexion.
It is possible she is wearing a pink T-shirt and blue jeans. She could also be wearing a very tight leather jacket.
Anyone who has seen Emma, a woman matching the description given or knows of her whereabouts should contact Norfolk Constabulary.