Missing pensioner from Brent could be in Brighton
Police ask public for help in finding 68-year-old
POLICE are appealing for help in finding a woman who stormed out of her house following an argument with her husband.
Breda Morgan, 68, of Beverley Drive, Queensbury, has not been seen since 10am on February 25 although bank transactions have been detected in the Brighton area.
Police said they expected the pensioner to remain in London and her passport is missing.
Breda, who also goes by the name of Bridget, is white short brown hair.
Police Constable Kevin Crowe, from the missing person unit, said: “I urge anyone with information to get in touch with Breda’s family or contact the police on 0208 733 3771 or 0500 700 700.”
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