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Police think missing mum Elizabeth Kinston may have boarded a train the day she left home.

5th November 2013 Help & Advice, Police Alerts, Update & Messages. Tags: 0 Comments


Police think missing mum Elizabeth Kinston may have boarded a train the day she left home.

The 37-year-old, who became a mum again earlier this year, was pictured in Carrington Street walking towards Nottingham Train Station at 11.41am last Friday (1 November 2013).

Did you see her?

Concerns are growing for Elizabeth’s welfare after she left her Park Road home in her Audi at some point after 10am that same day.

She then stopped at a petrol station near the Priory Island junction of Derby Road (A52) and Woodside Road in Nottingham at 11.17am, before parking in the Broad Marsh car park in the city centre at 11.33am.

Her car was recovered from the car park on Saturday (2 November 2013). Elizabeth’s purse and phone were inside.

Detective Chief Inspector Karen Pearson said:

“It’s been four days since Elizabeth left home. She has never done anything like this before and the fact that she has little money and no phone with her is a real concern.

“We are working closely with and supporting Elizabeth’s family at this worrying time.“While we can’t say for certain she got on a train that day, we are exploring that possibility. We know she has old friends in Birmingham and trains indeed departed for Birmingham that day.“

Do you know Elizabeth?

Did you speak to her in the days leading up to Friday?

Or have you spoken to her or seen her since?

Perhaps at the train station?

“We would like to hear from anyone who may know where Elizabeth is.”

Elizabeth is white, around 5ft 7ins tall and of medium build.

She has blonde, shoulder-length hair, which was tied back in a ponytail.

She was last seen wearing a thigh-length, dark green quilted coat with a fur hood.

Underneath she wore a light pink jumper and blue jeans, along with dark brown knee-high riding-style boots.

She was carrying a red and black back-pack and had with her a dark woollen hat with a peak.

If you have seen Elizabeth, or know of her whereabouts, please contact Nottinghamshire Police or call Crimestoppers anonymously.

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