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Fears Over Missing Woman
6:01am 7th January 2014
Police are appealing for our help to find a missing St Ives woman.
Lucie Bray has not been seen since she went on a shopping trip to Redruth last Thursday.
Officers say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the 39 year old's safety.
She is thought to be driving a grey Volkswagen Polo, registration WK09 SJX.
A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Lucie needs medicines which she is not thought to have with her. She is being treated as a high risk missing person by police and officers have made checks and searches in the last 24 hours, but to no avail.
"Police are now appealing for the public’s help in tracing Lucie.
"She is described as being of slim build, with short, dark hair, wearing a dark blue beanie hat, a black anorak and a dark grey body warmer.
"Anyone spotting Lucie or with any information is asked to please contact police on 101 ref 418 020114."
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