Police continue search for missing Mary Street
Police have been putting posters up across shopping areas and key routes into Bristol as part of their continuing efforts to find missing woman Mary Street.
Mary is known to visit shopping centres and she may head towards an area she feels familiar with.
The posters have been put up in shopping centres across South Gloucestershire as well as along Southmead Road and Gloucester Road heading into Bristol.
Mary was last seen in Filton on Saturday, September 22 and she has now been missing for four days.
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Police, together with her family, are very worried about because of her age, health and the length of time she has been missing.
Mary is 68 and is described as white, 5ft 5ins tall with a medium build with collar-length grey hair. She walks with a stoop and is believed to be wearing black trousers and a grey coat.
Leading the search for Mary, Detective Inspector Jill Kells said: "Mary has been missing for four days now and we are desperate to find her and make sure she is ok. We have not had any confirmed sightings of her since she went missing and because of her health she is considered especially vulnerable.
"I would urge people to take a few moments to look at her photo and ask themselves if they have seen her in the past few days. She may have taken shelter from the wet weather in a shed or garage so please check your property to check she is not there.
"We have already conducted extensive enquiries to find Mary and we will continue these efforts today. If you have seen Mary, please call us immediately on 101."