31-year-old woman goes missing from Harpenden

PUBLISHED: 14:07 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:27 04 July 2018

Hollie Jones

Hollie Jones

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Police have appealed for information after a 31-year-old woman went missing from Harpenden.

Hollie Jones, who is 5ft 8in-tall with shoulder length straight black hair, was last seen in the town at midnight on Wednesday, June 27.

She was wearing light blue jeans, black trainers and possibly a pink top and has links to St Albans, Luton and Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Police have asked anyone who has seen her or knows where she is to contact them on 101, quoting crime reference ISR 655 of July 3.

Anyone who is with Hollie now has been asked to ring 999.

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