Officers are pleased to update that a woman who went missing in the Spetisbury area has been found.

Emma Lauder was reported missing shortly before 12pm on Wednesday 20 March 2024.

Following enquiries and searches by officers, she has been located.

We would like to thank everyone who shared our appeal.

Officers are appealing for information from the public to help find a missing woman who was last seen in the Spetisbury area.

Dorset Police received a report raising concern for the welfare of Emma Lauder, aged 56, who had last been seen in the vicinity shortly before 12pm on Wednesday 20 March 2024.

Emma is described as five feet four inches tall and of medium to large build with short dark hair. She was wearing an orange or red fleece and wellington boots and carrying a large black rucksack.

Inspector Tracy Santoni, of Dorset Police, said: “We are concerned for Emma’s welfare, and we are keen to find her as soon as possible so we can make sure that she is all right.

“We believe Emma is on foot and we are conducting various searches in the Spetisbury area.

“I would urge anyone with information as to Emma’s whereabouts, or who sees a woman matching the description given, to please make contact with us immediately.

“I would also like to make a plea to Emma if you see this to please get in touch with us or your loved ones and let us know where you are. We all just want to check that you are OK.”

Anyone with information or knowledge as to Emma’s whereabouts is asked to contact Dorset Police at www.dorset.police.uk or by calling 101, quoting incident number 20:255.

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