Concern For Missing Putney Pensioner

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Wandsworth Police are growing increasingly concerned as to the welfare of an eldely woman who has been missing from home since 3 August.

Officers and Ms. Frewer's family are growing increasingly concerned as to her welfare as she is vulnerable as she suffers with mental health problems and takes regular medication for them.

Ms. Frewer is described as white with grey/white coloured hair
Ms Patricia Frewer above
and is approx. 5ft 1in tall with a medium build and frail condition.
She was last seen wearing dark coloured trousers and a brown coloured knee length cotton mac. She had with her a leopard skin patterned handbag.

Ms Frewer was last seen by her niece in her home at Stockhurst Close, Putney, between 1400 and 1600 hours on Sunday, 2 August.

The next day she went to pick up Ms Frewer at 0900 hrs for a hospital appointment and she was not there. Family members searched the area and stayed at the flat for a while but Ms Frewer did not return.

She has not contacted anyone since. Her family say it is very out of character for her not to be in contact.
Anyone who thinks they may have seen Ms Frewer or has any information concerning her should contact Missing Persons on 0500 700 700 or in an emergency 999.


August 16, 2009