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Algoa Park police need help finding missing woman

Jun 5, 2019
Algoa Park police need help finding missing woman

Port Elizabeth - Algoa Park detectives, in Port Elizabeth, are urgently trying to trace a 41-year-old Port Elizabeth woman, who went missing from her home on Saturday and has not yet returned.

According to police information, Fouzia Weston wandered off in the afternoon from her Whyteleaf Drive home in Algoa Park and has since not been seen or heard from.

"She is light in complexion with medium to long hair. Her front teeth is missing. She is about 1.5 m in height and was last clad in in a pink washed out pair of jeans, a grey T-shirt with black and white print and pink Tommy takkies," described police spokesperson,  Col Priscilla Naidu.

"According to her family, she is mentally challenged.

"She has wandered off previously, but was found in the nearby vicinity."

Col Naidu said that it is suspected that she may be in the Korsten, Missionvale or Helenvale areas.

"She was reported missing on Tuesday, at SAPS Algoa Park. Anyone who may have seen Ms Weston or may know of her whereabouts is asked to contact Rushe Bramwell on 079 744 5952 or 082 822 0407 or SAPS Algoa Park on 041 4091061 or Crime Stop 08600 10111."

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