Police ‘very concerned’ for safety of woman missing in Leeds

Joanne Adamson.
Joanne Adamson.
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Police today issued an urgent appeal for information about a woman who has gone missing in Leeds.

Joanne Adamson, 27, was reported missing over the weekend.

She is described as white, about 5ft 7in tall and slim with brown hair.

Leeds District CID’s Det Insp Phil Jackson said: “We are very concerned for Joanne’s welfare, as is her mother who has reported her missing.

“We urgently need to establish her whereabouts and check that she is okay.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Leeds District CID using West Yorkshire Police’s 101 number and quoting log reference 1169 of December 11.

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