Cornwall news Missing Amy 'vanished off the planet' in vulnerable state UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The 43-year-old hasn't been seen since the early hours of Saturday morning

Cornwall news Missing Amy 'vanished off the planet' in vulnerable state UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The 43-year-old hasn't been seen since the early hours of Saturday morning

Cornwall news  Missing Amy 'vanished off the planet' in vulnerable state UK news
20 June 2022 - 13:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Loved ones of a woman who went missing from mid-Cornwall over the weekend has said it is as if she disappeared into thin air. Amy Pickford, 43, was last seen on Saturday (June 18). The 43-year-old, who is 5ft 6in and of very slight build with purple hair, was last spotted wearing a neon green top and leggings. She could be driving her blue Citroen C3 registration WG07 XFM. Ex-partner Lee Knight told CornwallLive that Amy's last confirmed whereabouts was Troon, where she lived, in the early hours of Saturday. Mr Knight said: "She was in a very fragile and delicate state and she left like that. Read: Disrupted railway passengers say they sympathise with striking workers "Her phone was unreachable and we've been worrying more and more since then as she'd always get in contact. It's been a day and a half after I contacted the police now.

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. She's from Essex originally and doesn't know many people here, and has no family. She just seems to have disappeared off the planet and we just want to know she's safe." Get breaking news curated by us and delivered to your inbox every day. Choose what you want to read here Earlier today (June 20), a Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson issued a callout for help to find Amy, with increasing concerns for her welfare. They said: "Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of Amy Pickford a 43-year-old female from the Camborne area. "If you believe you may have information that would assist in finding Amy and helping us ensure her safety please contact Devon and Cornwall Police on 999 and quote log 643 of 18/06/2022." Read More Related Articles Cornish rail worker lists the work he does that no-one appreciates Read More Related Articles Police remove tents from Newquay's Fistral Beach after litter and human poo found on sand dunes

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