Have you seen this St Albans woman?

PUBLISHED: 16:10 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:10 20 April 2017

Kellie Slater, from St Albans, went missing last week.

Kellie Slater, from St Albans, went missing last week.

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The public is being asked for help in tracing a woman who went missing a week ago.

Kellie Slater, 33, from St Albans, was last seen at 1.20pm on Wednesday, April 12.

Police have described her as being around 5ft 1in tall, of slim build and with shoulder-length black hair.

She was last seen wearing trousers with rips in the front, and a crop top.

She is believed to have connections with the Hemel Hempstead area, and London.

Anyone who sees her, or has any knowledge of her whereabouts, has been asked to call 101.

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