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CID officers join search for missing Stirling woman

Christine Henley Image copyright Police Scotland
Image caption Christine Henley was last seen by her family more than two weeks ago

CID officers have joined the search for a Stirling woman who has been missing for more than two weeks.

Christine Henley was last seen by her family on Wednesday, 26 November.

The 49-year-old has not accessed her bank account or used her mobile phone in the last two weeks, and has not been in contact with friends or relatives.

Officers are "very concerned" for her, and have appealed for anyone who may have seen her to come forward.

Det Ch Insp Jim Smith, of Police Scotland's Forth Valley Criminal Investigation Department, has taken over the case.

He said: "At this time, we have no evidence that Christine has come to any harm, however we are now very concerned for her.

"We have brought in specialist resources to assist with the investigation and searches.

"Christine has friends and family in the Stirling and Alness area, and I would appeal to anyone from these areas who have any information, no matter how small or insignificant, to share that with my officers."

When last seen, Mrs Henley was wearing a navy blue jacket, black leggings and long black boots.

She is white, 5ft 6in tall and has shoulder length blonde hair.

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