Police were ‘extremely concerned for welfare’ of missing Islington woman who ‘urgently needs medical care’
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Islington Police were calling on people to help them find a “partially sighted” woman who “urgently” needed medical attention – but she has now been found.
Islington Police were calling on people to help them find a "partially sighted" woman who "urgently" needed medical attention - but she's now been found
The woman, 54, who lives in the borough, went missing on Wednesday - she missed an appointment and needed medication for her illness.
The woman, whose phone activity suggested she was in the Farringdon area at about 11.30am on Wednesday, was thought to be wearing black leggings, a cardigan and trainers. Police claimed she may have looked "confused".
Islington Police tweeted: "[The woman] requires urgent medical attention for an illness [and] has missed her appointment.
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"Police [and her] family extremely concerned for her welfare."
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