Tayside and Central Scotland

Driver plea in hunt for missing Pitlochry woman Elizabeth Stevenson

Elizabeth Stevenson
Image caption Elizabeth Stevenson has not been seen since 21 February

Police searching for a 77-year-old woman missing in the Pitlochry area for two weeks have staged a reconstruction of her last known movements.

Elizabeth Stevenson, who has Alzheimer's, was last seen on the A9 at the Faskally Bridge on 21 February.

Ms Stevenson's daughter played the part of her mother in the reconstruction and leaflets were handed out to drivers.

The re-enactment took place on the A9 north of Pitlochry on Tuedsay.

Tayside Police say they have become increasingly concerned for Ms Stevenson's safety.

The 77-year-old, known as Bet to her friends, was due to go shopping with a volunteer on the day she went missing, but it is thought she may have forgotten about the arrangement and gone for a walk instead.

Dozens of police and local people have been searching the area and police divers have searched Loch Faskally.

Ms Stevenson is 5ft 4in tall, slim, with blue eyes and red, jaw-length hair. She was last seen wearing a lightweight beige jacket, grey trousers and black boots.

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