Renewed appeal for missing Emily Holloway from Lincoln

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Police are continuing their appeal to trace 39-year-old Emily Holloway, who has been missing from Lincoln since Tuesday, December 2.

As previously reported, Emily left an address in Yarborough Road, Lincoln, on December 2 and was picked up by a taxi at around 12.30am.

She was alone when she was dropped off by the taxi driver in the area of Newark Castle train station, near Waitrose, before 1am.

Emily was reported missing by a family member just after 7.35pm on December 2.

Lincolnshire Police officers are working closely with forces in Nottinghamshire and a number of enquiries are being made in the Lincoln area.

Enquiries are also being carried out in Newark in the area of the train station and Waitrose, which are close to the River Trent.

Emily is described as 5ft 9” tall, of medium build, with short dark hair and blue eyes.

She was wearing dark jeans, a maroon jumper and a red mac coat. It is believed she does not have any personal possessions with her such as her phone or bank cards, nor does she have any medication for a pre-existing medical condition.

Emily’s family and the police are concerned for her welfare and would like to know that she is safe and well.

If anyone has any information about Emily, or has seen a woman meeting her description, they’re asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 376 of December 2.