Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a Harrogate woman who is missing from her care home.
Judith Holliday, 73, was last seen on Saturday (27 August) and has not been seen or heard from since.
CCTV cameras captured Judith leaving her care home at 10.32 am.
They have also captured her shortly after this time at Harrogate bus station.
The last confirmed sighting was at Library Gardens in Harrogate at 10.43am on Saturday.
Police have used a drone to search for Judith in the large open areas around the Harrogate area.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for Judith as she requires daily medication, and it’s believed that she doesn’t have this with her. She has a limited amount of cash and doesn’t have a mobile phone.
Judith is described as white, thin build, approximately 5ft in height, with medium length grey bobbed hair. Judith was last seen wearing dark coloured trousers and a coat.
Anyone with information that could help with the search for Judith should email [email protected] northyorkshire.police.uk. You can also call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Matthew Bulmer.
If you have an immediate sighting of Judith, please call 999.