‘Vital assets’ being utilized in seek for Scots lady final seen two weeks in the past

Vital assets are getting used within the seek for a lacking Scots lady who disappeared two weeks in the past.

Michelle Pettie, from Melrose, was final seen close to outlets in Hawthorn Street, Galashiels on Friday, September 9 and there have been no sightings of her since. Officers are urgently making an attempt to find the 45-year-old as concern grows for her welfare.

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Michelle is described as being white, round 5ft 3 inches in top and of slim construct. When she went lacking her hair is believed to have been dyed a pink/purple color however it’s potential it has modified.

When Michelle was final seen, she was sporting a darkish jacket and denims. Police are urging anybody with data to get in contact.

Michelle Pettie
Michelle Pettie (Picture: Police Scotland)

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Inspector Lynsey Thomson stated: “Two weeks have now handed since Michelle was final seen and we’re urging the general public to return ahead with any data referring to her whereabouts.

“We now have important assets devoted to the enquiry in an effort to search out Michelle.

“All the data gleaned throughout the early days of the investigation is getting used to focus and direct our search exercise.

“I might ask individuals to notice that Michelle could have modified her hair color and to bear that in thoughts when looking for her.

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“We’re involved for Michelle’s welfare and are interesting for any help that may assist hint her protected and effectively.

“If anybody has seen Michelle or has any data or information as to her whereabouts please contact us.”

Anybody with data is requested to name Police Scotland through 101, quoting incident quantity 1749 of 5 September, 2022.

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