Fears grow for missing elderly Lincoln woman

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The family of an elderly woman from Lincoln, who has not been in touch in over a week, are growing increasingly concerned for her wellbeing.

Lincolnshire Police say Jean Parker, 65, caught the train at 9.36am to Newark from Lincoln on Friday, March 25 (Easter Friday) but has not been in touch since.

Although she informed family she was going to Hull, they are not aware of any friends in Hull.

She has been found after previous disappearances in Birmingham, Nottinghamshire and York but police say she could still be in the Lincoln area.

Jean is described as medium build, 4′ 11″ tall with short grey hair, blue eyes and usually wearing glasses.

She normally wears the beige/cream coat (as pictured) and often has a black trolley and brown hand bag with her.

Jean Parker has been missing since Easter Friday.

Jean Parker has been missing since Easter Friday.

Jean takes medication, but it is not thought she has any with her. She is described as being ‘very trusting and easily led’.

Sergeant Guy Farmer of Community Policing, Lincoln said: “We are growing increasingly worried for Jean, if anyone has seen or heard from her since Easter Friday then I’d ask them to call us.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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