Police appeal over woman missing from Nottingham

Angela Cooke
Image caption Relatives said Angela Cooke had been suffering from ill health which affects her immune system

Leaflets are being handed out appealing for information about a woman who vanished from the centre of Nottingham.

Angela Cooke, 57, was dropped off in York Street, behind the Victoria Centre, on 24 September.

CCTV images show her walking through the shopping centre up to 1428 BST but she has not been seen since.

The police, along with her husband Robert Cooke and brother Chris Norris, have called for help in the search for Mrs Cooke, who had health problems.

Safer Neighbourhood Inspector Chris Davies said: "We are growing increasingly concerned for Mrs Cooke who has not been seen, nor made contact with anyone, since Friday.

"Mrs Cooke suffers from a health complaint which affects her immune system and balance and we understand this has recently been getting her down."

She is described as white, of very slight build, around 5ft 2ins (1.57m) tall and has collar-length white hair worn in a bob.

She was last seen wearing a charcoal-coloured waist-length coat, black trousers, a white blouse and white trainers.

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