North Yorkshire Police has urgently appealed for the publics’ help after a 73-year-old, who requires daily medication, has gone missing from her home.
The police force has reported that Judith, who is from Harrogate, was last seen walking along Harcourt Road in the town at around 10.30am on Saturday (August 27) and hasn’t been seen by her friends or family since.
According to officers investigating the case, CCTV cameras saw Judith turn right and walk in the direction of East Parade but they have been unable to trace her movements after this.
As a result, they have launched an appeal to find the 73-year-old after police and her family have grown increasingly concerned for Judith, as she requires daily medication and it is not believed she has this with her.
She also only has a limited amount of cash.
Judith is described as white, thin with medium-length white hair and was last seen wearing dark-coloured trousers and a coat.
Anyone who can help locate Judith is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 as a matter of urgency.