Update 15 October 17:12
Thames Valley Police are renewing their appeal for help in finding Hannah Gibbs. She’s been missing from Henley-on-Thames since around 7.15pm on Sunday and we’re very concerned for her welfare.
If you have seen her or have any information that can assist the police search, please call 101, quoting reference 43190318762.
A spokesperson for TVP said, “We are focusing our search in and around the area of Hambleden Lock, and there will be an increased presence in the area while our search continues.”
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in tracing a woman who has been reported missing from Henley-on-Thames.
Hannah Gibbs, aged 37, was last seen at an address in Gainsborough Road, Henley, at around 7.15pm yesterday (13/10).
Hannah is white, around 5ft to 5ft 1in tall with below shoulder length dark hair.
She was last seen wearing a black leather jacket, but no other clothing details are known.
She has a cross tattoo on the back of her neck, and the names ‘Joshua’ tattooed on one wrist and ‘Jessica’ on the other wrist.
She is known to frequent the Henley-on-Thames area and the Angel public house.
Inspector Angela Murray, based at Abingdon police station, said: “We are growing increasingly concerned for Hannah’s welfare, and I am urging anybody who believes they have seen her or knows of her whereabouts now to contact police.
“You can do so by calling 101, quoting reference number 43190318762.
“Hannah, if you see this message, please get in touch with police or your family, who are concerned for you. You are in no trouble, but we want to ensure that you are safe.”