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Police appeals for missing Hove woman

The Argus: Police appeals for missing Hove woman Police appeals for missing Hove woman

A woman has gone missing from her home.

Sussex Police are becoming “increasingly concerned” for the safety of Diana White.

The 42-year-old left her home in Hove at about 2.30pm on Wednesday but has not been seen or heard from since.

She left home in her silver Ford Puma car, which has the registration number Y5320HC.

Inspector Jason Cummings said her disappearance is “totally out of character”.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting serial 1027 of 26/2 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk.

 

 

 

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4:38am Sat 1 Mar 14

Dave At Home says...

She is so important to Sussex Police that she does not feature on their website and I am sure that reg number for her car is wrong, so not much point publishing misinformation, anyway what is wrong with the ANPR camera's? Have they forgotten how to check the computers and see where her car was last seen?
She is so important to Sussex Police that she does not feature on their website and I am sure that reg number for her car is wrong, so not much point publishing misinformation, anyway what is wrong with the ANPR camera's? Have they forgotten how to check the computers and see where her car was last seen? Dave At Home
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11:43am Sat 1 Mar 14

adam666 says...

Dave At Home wrote:
She is so important to Sussex Police that she does not feature on their website and I am sure that reg number for her car is wrong, so not much point publishing misinformation, anyway what is wrong with the ANPR camera's? Have they forgotten how to check the computers and see where her car was last seen?
Very true Dave. If her car road tax or insurance had expired they would probably have found her by now.
I am sure the police have good reason to be concerned, but we do seem to be reading increasingly more lately about people who have either been missing for a day or two or, who have turned up after having been missing for a couple of days.
[quote][p][bold]Dave At Home[/bold] wrote: She is so important to Sussex Police that she does not feature on their website and I am sure that reg number for her car is wrong, so not much point publishing misinformation, anyway what is wrong with the ANPR camera's? Have they forgotten how to check the computers and see where her car was last seen?[/p][/quote]Very true Dave. If her car road tax or insurance had expired they would probably have found her by now. I am sure the police have good reason to be concerned, but we do seem to be reading increasingly more lately about people who have either been missing for a day or two or, who have turned up after having been missing for a couple of days. adam666
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6:30pm Sat 1 Mar 14

qm says...

@ Dave At Home and adam666

It was on their website yesterday - the above article is a copy/paste from the report on the Sussex Police 'News stories'. In trying to return to the report via my 'History', it's coming up as 'Page not found' so perhaps she has been. Probably a false alarm but always better safe than sorry I reckon.
@ Dave At Home and adam666 It was on their website yesterday - the above article is a copy/paste from the report on the Sussex Police 'News stories'. In trying to return to the report via my 'History', it's coming up as 'Page not found' so perhaps she has been. Probably a false alarm but always better safe than sorry I reckon. qm
  • Score: 3

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