Renewed appeal to help find missing Devizes woman Victoria Clements
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We are continuing to ask members of the public to call us if they have any information about missing Devizes woman Victoria Clements.
The 53-year-old has now not been seen since she went missing last Wednesday (22/09) and we are increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Victoria was last seen in the Marshall Road area of the town and, despite extensive searches by the police, assisted by Wiltshire Search and Rescue, at various rural locations, she remains missing.
We believe she may be sleeping rough and potentially walking in rural areas or along the canal towpath.
Her family have urged anyone who believes they may have seen her in recent days to call the police.
Inspector Gavin Brewster said: “There are a number of factors which make Victoria vulnerable and mean that we are increasingly concerned for her safety and wellbeing.
“One of these is that she has a diabetes, which means she needs regular medication and without access to this she will become very unwell.
“We are thankful to everyone who has shared our appeals so far and we know that people locally have been helping in every way they can.
“However, we are now coming up to a week since Victoria was last seen, and it is incredibly important that we locate her as soon as possible.”
Victoria is described as white, around 5ft 4ins to 5ft 5ins tall, and of small build. She has shoulder-length, brown hair and was last seen wearing a brown jacket, grey jeans and walking boots. She was carrying a blue bag with a butterfly logo.
If you think you’ve seen someone matching Victoria’s description in the Devizes area, or you have information about where she could be, then please call us on 101 quoting reference 54210092699.
If you have a very recent sighting or urgent information then please call 999.