CCTV images released of missing Cringleford woman a week after she disappeared
PUBLISHED: 16:55 25 March 2014 | UPDATED: 17:56 25 March 2014
Police have issued CCTV images of a missing Cringleford woman as inquiries continue a week after she was last seen.
The images of 47-year-old Lisa Pollini were taken on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 18 – she was last seen in the Lobelia Lane area of Cringleford later that day.
Officers continue to be very concerned for Lisa’s welfare as she has not been in contact with friends or family. Inquiries are being carried out to establish whether she may still be in the Norwich area or whether she could have taken transport out of the county.
Lisa is described as white, 5ft 3in tall of slight build with white hair. The CCTV images show the clothing she was last seen wearing, excepting the red coat which she left at her home address. She may also have the red rucksack with her.
Superintendent Stuart Gunn is coordinating the search for Lisa, he said: “We have made numerous enquiries with friends and others to try and locate Lisa, and we are very worried that she has not made contact with people who would normally be part of her life. Lisa, if you hear this message please contact Norfolk Constabulary so that we know you are safe and well.
“The CCTV images are the most recent pictures we have of Lisa and I would appeal to people in Norwich and elsewhere to look at them carefully. If anyone has seen Lisa, or someone fitting this description, please let us know.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Norfolk Constabulary immediately on 101.