Concern is growing for a missing woman who has not been in touch with friends or family for more than two weeks.
Vicky O’Hanlon was reported missing to police on Friday, August 19.
The last known sighting of the 55-year-old in Scotland was on July 27, and she was further seen in the Beaconsfield area of Buckinghamshire on Saturday, August 6.
It is believed she has been travelling throughout the UK using public transport and a Mercedes motorhome.
Vicky is described as 5ft 5in height, has short grey/white hair and blue eyes. It is unknown what clothing she is wearing.
Police are carrying out extensive enquiries to trace her but have said that there is concern for her welfare.
Sergeant Stewart Dyer, from Hamilton police station, said: “Local officers are carrying out extensive enquiries to trace Vicky.
“We have a confirmed sighting of her in Glasgow City Centre on Wednesday July 27 but nothing in Scotland since then. She was last seen in the Beaconsfield area of Buckinghamshire on Saturday, August 6.
“It is believed that she has been travelling throughout the UK using public transport and a Mercedes motorhome, however, as she has not been in touch with family or friends for over two weeks now, there is concern for her welfare.
“I would ask that anyone who believes they may have seen Vicky, or has any other information as to her whereabouts, contact officers via 101, quoting reference number 1663 of Friday, August 19, 2022.
”We’d also appeal directly to Vicky herself to get in touch with friends, family or police. We all just want to make sure she is safe and well.”