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Concerns for missing Mosgiel woman

Concerns for missing Mosgiel woman

Family of Bernadette Anne FLETT and police have concerns for the welfare of Bernadette after she left her address this afternoon with no known destination given.

Bernadette is described as a European female aged 59 years, shoulder length brown hair, approximately 159cm tall of solid build.

Bernadette was possibly wearing a red jacket and tights.

Bernadette left her Mosgiel address around 1pm today and is believed to be driving a White 2000 Honda Accord stationwagon, registration number DNS27.

The vehicle has been reported as having a dent in the left front guard, a scrape along driver door, both rear corners of bumpers damaged.

The side and back windows are tinted and there is a mobility sticker in the front of the vehicle.

Police are appealing for members of the public to keep vigilant for Bernadette or her vehicle and report any sightings to police.

You can contact police on 111 if urgent, your local station or the Southern District Command Centre on 03 4715002.


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