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Missing Hayle Woman's Family: "Please Come Home"
2:14pm 26th April 2013
(Updated 2:14pm 26th April 2013)
The family of a Hayle woman missing for more than a month have made a desperate plea for her to come home.
Devon and Cornwall Police are stil looking for leads after Meryl Cameron's car was found abandoned at Hell's Mouth at the end of March.
Relatives of the 54 year old from Canonstown say it is completely out of character for her not to be in touch.
They have described her as a calm, collected person who is full of life and fun.
Here sister, Pippa Ramage, has made this appeal:
Police are appealing to the public for help in the hunt for Meryl. Up to twenty officers have been working on the case.
Superintendant Jim Pearce, from Devon and Cornwall Police, said: "We're keeping an open mind as to what's happened, and we're folllowing all sorts of lines of enquiry. The family are saying it's out of character for Meryl. She is close to her family and she does regularly speak to them. Unfortunately that's not been the case over the last four weeks and clearly they're quite concerned.
"Those people that may have been in the area of Hell's Mouth on Easter Saturday. If they saw Meryl, or they saw her white vehicle, we'd be very keen to speak with them. Or equally, if they saw Meryl either on Thursday the 28th or through to Sunday."
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