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Kelli Ferris: Mother of missing Aberdeen woman appeals for help

Catherine Sandison
Image caption Catherine Sandison appealed for information

The mother of an Aberdeen woman who has been missing for two weeks has appealed for help to find her.

The last sighting of Kelli Ferris, 40, was on 10 September.

Catherine Sandison said: "I would like to appeal to who might have seen Kelli to contact police urgently.

"It's been two weeks today since Kelli was last seen and we're getting more and more concerned about her safety and welfare as each day passes."

She added: "Kelli has been unwell recently and she has to take medication regularly.

"We don't know if Kelli has this with her and again we're really concerned that she may be without it.

"Kelli - please, please let us know where you are. We all miss you and we just want to know that you're OK."

She is 5ft 4in tall, of slim build, with shoulder length red/ginger hair.

She was wearing dark trousers, a blue jacket and had a brown handbag.

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Image caption The last sighting was on 10 September

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