Appeal to find missing Derbyshire woman last seen over two weeks ago

Police are urging the public to help them find a missing Derbyshire woman who was last seen over two weeks ago.

Friday, 16th July 2021, 1:59 pm

Derbyshire Constabulary issued an appeal this afternoon (Friday, July 16) calling for residents to aid their search for Sharlene Baker from Ilkeston.

The 33-year-old woman was reported as missing on Tuesday, July 13 but was last seen on Thursday, July 1 at her home.

Officers said they are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

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Missing Ilkeston woman Sharlene Baker.

Sharlene, who has links to Long Eaton and West Yorkshire, is white, slim and has long, dark brown hair which she sometimes wears in a ponytail.

Anyone who has any information about Sharlene’s whereabouts is urged to contact Derbyshire police by calling the force on non-emergency contact number 101 and quoting reference 750-130721.

Alternatively, people can submit reports by sending officers a private message through Facebook messenger, via Twitter or by completing an online contact form on the police website.

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