Family of missing Veronica Kinder in information plea

Veronica Kinder
Image caption Veronica Kinder's family said she could not walk without a stick, which she had not taken

The family of an 81-year-old Nottinghamshire woman have said they are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Veronica Kinder left her house in Winthorpe, near Newark, on 5 June and drove off in her blue Toyota Aygo.

Searches of the area have been made and now police have appealed for the public to look out for her.

Her family said the disappearance was out of character and asked her to get in touch.

No money

She is described as white, around 4ft 10in (1.47m) tall, of medium build, with white collar-length hair and possibly carrying a small purple handbag.

Her son Jeffrey said she had not followed her normal routine.

"She can't walk very far and she has not taken her walking stick.

"She also has not taken any credit cards with her and she won't have any significant amount of cash."

Officers said if anyone saw either Mrs Kinder or her car they should get in touch.

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