Police appeal for help tracing missing woman last seen on Valentine’s Day

PUBLISHED: 11:28 18 February 2019 | UPDATED: 11:49 18 February 2019

Police have found Shirley Newman, 70, of Sheringham. Photo: NORFOLK POLICE

Police have found Shirley Newman, 70, of Sheringham. Photo: NORFOLK POLICE


Police are “increasingly concerned for the welfare” of a missing woman from north Norfolk who was last seen on Valentine’s Day.

Shirley Newman, 70, went missing from her home in Sheringham on Thursday, February 14, and officers are appealing for help in tracing her whereabouts.

She was last seen at her home address, in The Boulevard, at around 11pm.

She is described as white, and of a medium build, around 5ft 2 tall and having grey hair.

She is known to frequent Sheringham, Wells and Felixstowe.

A police spokesperson said: “Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Shirley and are urging anyone who may have seen her, or know of her whereabouts, to contact Norfolk police.”

Anyone with information that may help to trace her is asked to call 101, quoting CAD 360 of February 15, 2019.

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