Update: Police release new picture in appeal over ‘vulnerable’ missing Norfolk woman

Missing Norfolk woman Lisa Pollini. Missing Norfolk woman Lisa Pollini.

Sunday, March 23, 2014
5:27 PM

Norfolk police have made a renewed appeal to try to find a 47-year-old Norfolk woman has been missing since last week.

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And police have issued this picture of Lisa Pollini, who was last seen in the Lobelia Lane area of Cringleford on Tuesday.

She is described by Norfolk police as “vulnerable”.

On Thursday night, the police helicopter and police officers on the ground searched for Ms Pollini in the Cringleford and Mulbarton areas.

And, on Friday, the search shifted to the Earlham area, with Norfolk Fire and Rescue’s urban search and rescue team joining the effort to find her.

Ms Pollini is described as white, 5ft 3in, of slight build and with white hair.

A police statement said Ms Pollini was described as “vulnerable” and urged anybody who knew of her whereabouts to get in touch.

Police are also appealing to Ms Pollini directly to get in contact so that her family know she is safe and well.

Anyone with information is asked to call Norfolk Constabulary immediately on 101.



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