Paula Elliott: renewed appeal for help locating Lisburn woman who has been missing for three weeks

Police are today, Tuesday, March 26, renewing their appeal for information about the whereabouts of high-risk missing person Paula Elliott, who has now not been seen for three weeks.
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Paula, 52, was last seen on Tuesday, March 5, on CCTV cameras leaving the Sprucefield Court area of Lisburn at 5.30pm, before making her way to Warren Gardens at around 5.36pm.

From Warren Gardens, Paula was seen travelling along the Hillsborough Road at 5.39pm, driving a red Citroen C4 car, which was found a short time later parked near the Lagan Towpath.

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At the time, she was believed to have been wearing a grey/silver coloured Michael Kors puffer-style jacket with black leggings, multi coloured Sketcher trainers and sunglasses, and had her hair tied up with a pink crocodile clip.

Paula is described as having dark coloured hair, approximately five feet in height, and would have a medium to large build.

Anyone who might have any information which might assist police is asked to contact officers at Lisburn station on 101, quoting reference number 1840 05/03/24.

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