Police '˜concerned' about woman who vanished from Blackpool nightclub
Police say they are '˜becoming increasingly concerned' for the safety of a woman who vanished from a Blackpool town centre nightclub.
Natalie Conway, 32, hasn’t been seen by family or friends since around 4am on Sunday, when she was in Flamingo, in Queen Street, sparking a public appeal to find her.
A spokeswoman for Lancashire Police said Natalie, from Glasgow in Scotland, was in town for a night out but did not return to the hotel she was staying at with friends.
PC Stacey Billington, from Blackpool Police, said: “We are getting concerned for Natalie’s welfare given she has been missing for a couple of days now and also because she isn’t local to Blackpool which is where she was last spotted.
“For Natalie not to have met up with her friends to return home to Scotland is very unusual. If you have seen her or know where she is, please get in contact with us.
“Similarly, if Natalie herself sees this appeal, I would urge her to either contact the police or a friend or family member to let us know she is okay.”
She was described as mixed race, 5ft 2in in height and of a thin build, with shoulder length brown curly hair. She speaks with a Scottish accent, has two scars on her forehead, and a small scar on her arm.
She was last seen wearing an orange satin top, dark blue jeans, a beige leather jacket, and small black heel shoes with black pom poms on them.
She was also carrying a black and white square patterned handbag.
Information can be reported to police by calling 101, quoting reference number LC-2016-10-23-1290.