Brother appeals to missing Hatfield woman to come home
THE brother of a woman from Hatfield who has not been seen for almost two weeks has appealed for her to come home. Janet Read, 57, was last seen on Thursday June 4 at around 3pm. She was reported missing last Wednesday, June 10, after failing to show up
THE brother of a woman from Hatfield who has not been seen for almost two weeks has appealed for her to come home.
Janet Read, 57, was last seen on Thursday June 4 at around 3pm. She was reported missing last Wednesday, June 10, after failing to show up for a trip to Swindon with a friend.
The last anyone heard from her was through a phone call on Saturday, June 6.
Her older brother, Michael said: "Please come back to us Janet. We love you so much and we want you back. We just want to know you are OK.
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"Janet is so organised and would always let us know what was happening; she would hate to let anyone down. Her disappearance is such a mystery."
Detective Sergeant Pete Ward said: "We are working to trace her last known movements and establish where she has gone.
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"If anyone thinks they may have seen her, please contact us so that we can let her family know she is safe and well."
Janet, from Walsingham Close, is white, about 5ft 7 tall with fair hair.
Anyone with information should call police on 0845 33 00 222.