Search for Aldwick woman continues

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A POLICE search for a missing Aldwick woman has continued.

Sandra Hall, 56, went missing from her Gunwin Court home on February 3, around 10.20am after she left to go to church.

Sergeant Chris Pipkin from Bognor Regis Neighbourhood Police Team said: “It has been a very worrying three weeks for Sandra’s family and friends who miss her terribly and still hold out hope that she will be found safe and well.

“The search for Sandra has involved extensive overland searches of the Slindon Common and Binstead Woods areas, with our specialist search unit and the West Neighbourhood Watch Search Teams.

“We are revisiting checks on banks, hospital admissions and homeless shelters both in Sussex and in Lancashire, where there was a possible sighting of Sandra a week ago.

“CCTV images have been circulated in and around the town centre of Lancaster along with appeal posters displayed in a number of shops and cafes.

“We will continue to view CCTV from railway stations and bus routes both in Sussex and Lancaster and any further reported sightings of Sandra will be investigated.

“I would like to thank Sandra’s friends and family for their continued support and assistance and for the help provided by local officers in Lancaster.

“Due to the length of time that has now passed, we are extremely concerned for her welfare.”

If you have seen Sandra or have any information at all that may assist in our search for her, then please call 101 quoting Op Leeson.