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Beryl Flynn
Beryl Flynn, who has gone missing after a church service in Henley this morning

A WOMAN in her 80s has gone missing after visiting church this morning and police have issued an urgent appeal to try and trace her.

 

Beryl Flynn, aged 81, was last seen today (Sunday, May 6) at the 10am morning worship service held at Holy Trinity Church in Church Street, Henley.

Thames Valley Police said that Ms Flynn is likely to have walked from the church, but has not been seen since.

Ms Flynn is white, 5ft 5ins, has short silver/white hair, and was last seen wearing a light blue raincoat, a black skirt, and was carrying a black handbag.

Inspector Andrew Pickwick said: “We are concerned for Beryl’s welfare as she has Dementia, so may have become confused or forgetful after leaving church and has been missing for a number of hours.

“Henley has been very busy with many people out enjoying the sunshine.

“I would like to appeal to anyone in the area to look out for Beryl and immediately and report any possible sightings of anyone matching her description to Thames Valley Police.”

Anyone with information about Ms Flynn’s whereabouts is asked to call the 24-hour enquiry centre on 101 quoting the reference 807 6/5.

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