Fears grow for missing woman who vanished after shopping trip

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 (Met Police)
(Met Police)

Police have launched an appeal after becoming “increasingly concerned” for the welfare of a woman who vanished from a south east London shopping trip a week ago.

Daniela Longhin, 51, has been missing from her Lewisham address since Monday 13 September and officers from the South East London Missing Persons team are working to locate her.

Ms Longhin has not been in contact with her family since Sunday 12 September which police say is totally out of character.

CCTV footage  of Ms Longhin on shopping trip (Met Police)
CCTV footage of Ms Longhin on shopping trip (Met Police)

She was seen buying groceries in Catford on 13 September and is believed to have then boarded a 160 bus towards Sidcup. There has been no trace of her since.

A police statement said: “She is white, 5’6” tall of slim build with long blonde hair that is greying at the front. She was last seen wearing a red weatherproof jacket, dark coloured jogging style bottoms and dark trainers with white soles. She was carrying a dark coloured rucksack and a large M&S canvas tote bag.

“We encourage anyone who knows of Daniela’s whereabouts to call police on 101 providing the reference 21MIS028442.”

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