Regional appeal made for missing woman from Luton
- Credit: Archant
Police have made a regional appeal for help finding a missing Luton woman who was last seen on Sunday.
Charlotte Hoey, 22, left her home in Daisy Place in her dark grey Vauxhall Corsa, registration AF13 YBY, and has not been seen since.
She has connections with the Norfolk area including Great Yarmouth and Norwich, and could also have travelled to Wisbech or Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.
Charlotte is of slim build, with long light brown hair, blue eyes and a nose piercing. She also has tattoos, including an image of Marilyn Monroe’s face on her left hand.
She had been wearing a white jumper with a long fitted black coat, dark jeans, black shoes and a brown handbag on the day of her disappearance.
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Anyone who believes they have seen Charlotte or her vehicle, or knows of her whereabouts, should contact police on 101.
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