Concern for missing Combe Martin woman
Public asked for help as large scale search for Liz is unsuccessful
POLICE are asking the public to help trace a Combe Martin woman who has been missing from her home for more than a week.
Elizabeth (Liz) Parish, 52, was last seen at her home on Sunday, July 17 and reported missing to the police on July 22.
Local officers, together with HM Coastguard teams, RNLI lifeboat and Exmoor Rescue Group have conducted a large-scale weekend search to no avail and serious concerns for her welfare are increasing as the days pass by.
Liz is described as approximately 5ft 4 tall, of medium build, with light brown hair which is greying slightly and of shoulder length. She often wears jeans and a short sleeve T-shirt or possibly a jumper.
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Anyone who has seen Liz is asked to contact police on 08452 777444 quoting log 753 of 220711.
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