Urgent police search to find missing mum, 38, last seen dropping daughter at school

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Police have launched an urgent hunt for a mum who was last seen dropping her child off at school.

The woman, who was only named as Anna, has been missing from her home since about 9am on Monday, July 11.

The 38-year-old was last seen dropping her child off in the Intake area of Doncaster.

Authorities are growing increasingly concerned about her whereabouts as they are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

She is white and described as about 5ft 6in tall, of slim build, with dark brown shoulder-length hair, usually tied in a ponytail.

South Yorkshire Police said: “Officers in Doncaster are appealing for your help to find Anna.

Anna, age 38, was last seen dropping off her child at a primary school in the Intake area of the town at about 9am yesterday (Monday 11 July).

She is white and described as about 5ft 6in tall, of slim build, with dark brown shoulder-length hair, usually tied in a ponytail.

Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for Anna’s welfare and want to speak to anybody who has seen her.

Have you seen her? Do you know where she might be? If you have any information which may help police enquiries, please call 101 quoting incident number 929 of 11 July.

The website missingpeople.org.uk explain people go missing for a wide range of reasons.

It explains some of the most common reasons including a diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health issue, problems at home or a relationship breakdown. Many adults with dementia often go missing.

It adds: “Every person who goes missing will have different circumstances and reasons for going, and it’s important that these are explored when they are found or returned.”