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Anniversary appeal to trace missing Sandra Hall
12:15pm Saturday 2nd March 2013 in News
Four weeks after a woman disappeared from her home in Sussex police will be handing out leaflets at places she visited.
Sussex Police hope to jog the memories of local people regarding Sandra Hall's disappearance.
Mrs Hall, 56, went missing from her Bognor home on Sunday, February 3, at around 10.20am.
Sergeant Chris Pipkin said: "We will be carrying out enquiries at places attended by Sandra and at Barnham railway station where she was last seen.
"We will be handing out leaflets and putting up posters to spread the word of Sandra's disappearance. Our hope is that we will jog someone's memory of seeing her or that someone may have information. We are concerned for Sandra's welfare and would like to know she is safe and well."
Officers will be attending Baptist churches in Gossamer Lane and Victoria Drive, Bognor, the Vineyard church at Felpham Community College and Yapton Free Church from 10am tomorrow.
They will also be at Barnham railway station from 11am where Sandra was last seen on CCTV on 3 February.
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