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Fresh appeal for missing Chipperfield woman as police become ‘increasingly concerned’

Fresh appeal for missing Chipperfield woman as police become 'increasingly concerned'

Police have issued a contemporary appeal after a 36-year-old woman was reported missing from Herts.

Lianna Mazure was final seen in Chipperfield in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, at round 4pm on Sunday (March 21).

She is described as slim, round 5ft 6in tall, with wavy brown, shoulder size hair, typically worn in a ponytail.

She could also be in possession of an electrical bike and should have taken a practice to London, probably to the Wembley space.

Officers are rising more and more involved for Lianna’s welfare.

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If you could have seen Lianna since she was reported missing or have details about the place she has been, you possibly can report info by calling 999 instantly if you happen to consider you might be with Lianna now or have seen her in the previous couple of moments, quoting ISR 791 of 21/03.

You may fill out a web based reporting kind at herts.police.uk/report or converse to an operator of their Force Communications Room through on-line internet chat at herts.police.uk/contact.

You may name the non-emergency phone quantity 101 you probably have details about the place Lianna has been.