Concerns grow for missing Stevenage woman described as vulnerable

PUBLISHED: 08:48 16 October 2017

Lorraine Clarkson, 37, has been missing from Stevenage since yesterday afternoon. Picture: Herts police

Lorraine Clarkson, 37, has been missing from Stevenage since yesterday afternoon. Picture: Herts police

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Concerns are growing for a Stevenage woman described by police as vulnerable who has been missing since yesterday afternoon, and may have travelled to Norfolk.

Lorraine Clarkson, 37, was last seen in Stevenage town centre yesterday at 4pm – and officers say they are becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare.

She is described as a stocky white woman, about 5ft 2in tall, with a fair complexion and very long, straight brown-blonde hair.

She was last seen wearing light brown trousers, a red T-shirt and a blue jumper. She may also be wearing a baseball cap.

Police say she has links to Norfolk and may be travelling on public transport.

Anyone who sees Lorraine or knows where she might be should call Herts police immediately on 101, quoting ISR 834 of October 15.

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