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Walmer police need help tracing Lorraine woman missing since December

Jan 16, 2019
Walmer police need help tracing Lorraine woman missing since December

Walmer police in Port Elizabeth are urgently seeking the community’s assistance in tracing a 27-year-old Lorraine woman, who went missing on the 23rd of December 2018.

According to police information, Nina Thompson, a hairdresser left her Lorraine home and was never seen since by her family.

"She left with a friend, who also cannot be located. She was driving a metallic blue KIA with registration number DWM 307 EC," said police spokesperson, Col Priscilla Naidu.

Missing woman's vehicle spotted around Port Elizabeth in January

 

"The vehicle was spotted on CCTV footage at a garage in William Moffat on 8 January 2019.

"Unconfirmed reports alleged that the vehicle was seen in the Sydenham area of Port Elizabeth on 15 January 2019.

"It is further alleged that Thompson is a drug user."

Col Naidu said that anyone, who can assist police in tracing Ms Thompson or may have seen the vehicle is asked to urgently contact W/O Huligonda Smuts at SAPS Walmer on 5811496 or their nearest police station.

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