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The missing woman from Oxfordshire thought she was in Cheltenham

A missing woman from Oxfordshire is believed to be in Cheltenham and the police want help finding her.

The Thames Valley police ask for help to locate a missing woman from Abingdon who may be in Cheltenham.

Ruth Pockett, 61, of Abingdon, Oxfordshire, was last seen around 2:00 pm on Monday (June 29) on College Road, Cheltenham.

She is white, thin and has gray / blonde hair behind her. Ruth also wears glasses.

Detective PC David Griffiths, based at the Abingdon police station, said: “I appeal for public help in locating Ruth as we are becoming increasingly concerned about her well-being.

“If anyone has any information, or if you believe you have seen Ruth, contact the police by calling 101, quoting the reference 43200195564.”

The Cheltenham police shared the appeal of his colleagues from the Thames Valley police on Twitter.

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