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‘Help find my missing mum’: Son of Brent woman Ehssan Amer makes emotional appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:22 29 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:38 29 June 2018

Ehssan Amer is around 5ft 2in and walks with a stoop. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Ehssan Amer is around 5ft 2in and walks with a stoop. Picture: Metropolitan Police

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The son of missing Brent woman Ehssan Amer made an emotional plea for help to find his ill mother - who has now been missing for over a week.

Ehssan Amer's family released new photos in hoping of finding her. Picture: Metropolitan PoliceEhssan Amer's family released new photos in hoping of finding her. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Update: At 2.30pm today (Friday) the police confirmed that Ehssan had been found safe and well.

Ehssan, 79, was last seen at 2.30pm on Thursday, June 21 on Barnhill Road in Wembley.

Her son said: “Please can you help me find my missing mum.

“She has been without her medication for eight days now and she has heart problems as well as dementia.

“If you have any information please call the police.”

Ehssan is 5ft 2in and walks with a stoop. She is thought to have been clothed all in black at the time of her disappearance.

Ehssan, who is Egyptian, cannot speak English and both the police and Ehssan’s family are increasingly worried about her health. 
This morning they urged anyone with information on her whereabouts to call 999 or Brent’s Missing Persons Unit on 101 and quote reference 3713/22Jun.

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