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Police search for missing vulnerable Peckham pensioner

Police are searching for a vulnerable pensioner from Peckham after she went missing from hospital yesterday afternoon.

Officers are concerned for the welfare of the seventy-three year old woman as she has dementia and has not been seen since she left King’s College Hospital at around 4.45pm.

Theresa Etienne, who suffers from memory loss and other health problems, walks with a hunched posture and pauses regularly to catch her breath.

She is described as wearing glasses, a straw hat with a ribbon, a pink top with a zig-zag pattern and a dark coloured, quilted coat. She is black, roughly 5ft 4ins tall and has dark grey hair.

Anyone with information on her location is urged to contact the police on 101.

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