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Police concerned for welfare of Plymouth woman

Victoria Greyling, 42 yrs

Devon and Cornwall Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Victoria Greyling, a 42 year old female from the Stoke area of Plymouth, who has not been seen since about 3pm today, Sunday 8th October 2017.


Victoria is described as a white female, about 5’7” tall, of large build, with shoulder length ginger hair, which was tied up when she went missing, and black framed glasses. She was wearing black trainers with a glitter pattern on them, navy blue trousers and a black and grey striped blouse with a black fleece over the top. She was carrying a black leather handbag. She has a tattoo of two flowers on her right arm.


If anybody has any information that could assist in locating Victoria, they are requested to contact Devon and Cornwall Police on telephone number 101, quoting log number 562 of 08/10/17.




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