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Police appeal to trace vulnerable missing woman in Islington

PUBLISHED: 10:03 07 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:03 07 September 2015

Marisa

Marisa

Archant

Police are appealing for information to trace a vulnerable missing woman from Islington.

Brazillian Marisa Araujo Dos Santos, 40, was last seen at her home address in Islington at approximately 10:30hrs on Sunday morning.

Ms Dos Santos is approximately 5ft 5inches tall and of slim build with long brown hair. She was last seen wearing a dark coloured dress and black leather jacket.

Marisa is known to frequent coffee shops in the Kings Cross, Holborn, St Pancras and Heathrow areas.

Anyone who has seen Marisa or knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact Islington Police on 101 quoting ref: CAD3646/6.

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