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Police -Re Appealing to help find missing Patricia Henry

Detectives searching for missing woman Patricia Henry are re-appealing for any assistance in a further effort to gather more information on her disappearance.

Patricia Henry (46), known as Patti to her friends and family, was reported missing in March 2018. She lived in Paisley before relocating to Girvan in October 2017 and despite extensive police enquiries to date in both Renfrewshire and Ayrshire, no trace of her has been found. Patricia was seen was on Monday 13 November 2017. ‎

There have been no further sightings of Patricia since that date.

Detective Chief Inspector Suzanne Chow of Police Scotland's Major Investigation Teams said:

“Sadly, we now believe that it is very likely that Patricia has come to harm. Despite her family and police making several media appeals, no-one has yet come forward with information that has been able to help us trace her.

“This is an agonising time for Patricia’s family. They have received no contact from her since she was last seen. We believe that if she was safe and well, she would have been in touch, in particular for family birthdays, Christmas and other key dates. She was a loved daughter, mother and aunt and all her family want to know is where she is and what has happened to her.

“Officers have carried out extensive enquiries into Patricia’s background, the lifestyle she led and who she kept in contact with as part of this enquiry. They are continuing to carry out enquiries and searches to locate her.

“Given that we now believe that Patricia has come to harm, we are appealing again for any information that could help us find Patricia and give her family some peace and closure.

I am convinced someone has information that could help Patricia, her family and us‎. If it is you, please don't be scared to speak to us. You may have suffered too and if you have been a victim of any crime, we will protect and support you. ‎Please, do the right thing and contact us.

"If anyone remembers seeing Patricia in November 2017, please get in touch. Even the smallest piece of information may be able to assist us.

"Anyone with information is urged to contact the Incident Room in Kilmarnock on 01563 505172. If you are worried or scared but are willing help, you can ‎pass information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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