Phone home appeal to missing Wembley gardener
Polish woman is urged to contact concerned friends
DETECTIVES are appealing for a missing gardener to make contact with her concerned friends who are worried about her welfare.
Since Teresa Mioduszewska disappeared, she has called her relatives in Poland but has yet to contact any of her friends in the UK.
But, Ms Mioduszewska did not have any money, phone, passport, ID, travel docs or bankcards with her when she went missing.
Ms Mioduszewska was last seen outside Kenton Park Post Office, in Kenton Road, Kenton, on October 4 at 5pm, when she stormed off after rowing with her boyfriend.
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She failed to return home and on October 29 and the 36-year-old was reported as missing on October 28.
A 40-year-old man, believed to her boyfriend, who was arrested in connection with her disappearance has been bailed following her phone call to her homeland.
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Ms Mioduszewska was wearing a black jacket, brown jogging bottoms and white trainers when she was last seen.
She is of medium build, white, and 5ft 8in tall with shoulder length blond hair and blue eyes.
She was working as a causal gardening in Wembley and had the use of a White Mercedes Van registration FX03VPT.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the incident room at Belgravia on 0207 321 7228 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.