Mobile phone appeal in search for missing woman

By David Newble

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

 

Mobile phone appeal in search for missing woman

POLICE on the Isle of Wight hunting for missing 53-year-old woman, Victoria Bailey, have released a photograph in a bid to locate her mobile phone.

Enquiries have shown that her phone, a silver or black Samsung GT E2550, is believed to be in the Tennyson Trail area of Freshwater.

Police are keen that if a member of the public finds it, it is reported to officers and the exact location noted.

A police spokeswoman said earlier that the search for Victoria had been concluded after they had found no trace of her and no further information.

Police have now confirmed however that land and sea searches have resumed today in the Freshwater area. Hampshire Constabulary’s marine unit, the coastguard and Wight Search and Rescue (SAR) are involved in the search.

The last confirmed sighting of Victoria is at 2.18pm on Saturday, June 7, in Freshwater as she was getting off a bus. She is then believed to have walked towards the Tennyson Trail.

She was wearing sunglasses, a brown jacket, dark top, scarf and blue jeans at the time.

Reporter: davidn@iwcpmail.co.uk

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