Police search for missing Royston pensioner

PUBLISHED: 14:16 27 January 2012 | UPDATED: 16:02 31 January 2012

A search has been launched for a vulnerable pensioner

A search has been launched for a vulnerable pensioner


A SEARCH has been launched for a missing pension police describe as vulnerable.

Monica Richardson, 79, went missing from Rochester Way and the authorities were notified at 1.16pm today.

She is white of a medium build and has high straight grey hair.

And is wearing black clothes.

The police helicopter has been scrambled to search for her and numerous officers have also been deployed.

If a member of the public has seen her they are urged to call the police on the 101 number.

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