Concern grows for missing woman after 'out of character' disappearance 

Police say the disappearance of June Allan, 52, is 'out of character' and have appealed to the public for assistance.

Concern grows for safety of missing woman after ‘out of character’ disappearance from Stevenston, Ayrshire Police Scotland

Concern is growing for the safety of a woman missing from Ayrshire.

Police say the disappearance of June Allan from Stevenston is “out of character” after launching an appeal to trace her.

The 52-year-old was last seen on New Street in the town around 8.30am on Saturday.

She is described as 5 foot 2 inches in height, of medium build, and has blonde bobbed hair and blue eyes.  When last seen, she was wearing a thigh-length purple puffer jacket, black leggings and walking shoes and was carrying an orange carrier bag.

Inspector Darren Muir, Irvine Police Office, said today: “June’s behaviour is out of character, and we are becoming increasingly concerned for her safety.

“We would also ask June herself to go to a police office to let us know she is alright.

“Anyone with information about June’s whereabouts should contact police via the non-emergency number 101, quoting incident number 2205 of March 11.”

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