Search for Victoria Bailey to continue this weekend

By David Newble

Published on Friday, June 13, 2014 - 16:07

 

Search for Victoria Bailey to continue this weekend

Missing Isle of Wight woman Victoria Bailey.

POLICE will continue their search for missing Victoria Bailey this weekend.

Today, (Friday), Hampshire Constabulary’s Marine Unit and Wight Search and Rescue resumed their hunt for Victoria who disappeared from her home last Saturday.

Search teams have been looking for the 53 year old in the Freshwater area since her disappearance.

Victoria, of Red Road, Wootton Bridge, was last seen at 2.18pm in Freshwater last Saturday as she was getting off a bus and is believed to have walked towards the Tennyson Trail.

Officers are hoping to trace her mobile phone, a silver or black Samsung GT E2550, which is believed to be in the Tennyson Trail area.

Anyone with information can contact DI Floyd Higginson or DS John Walton at Newport police station on 101.

Information can also be left anonymously on 0800 555 111 and minicom users can call 01962 875000.

Police have issued the CCTV footage below in connection with the search.

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