CONCERN is growing for an Ansdell woman who has been missing for a week.
Tracey Oaks, who suffers from health problems, was last seen leaving a building society in St Annes at around 11am last Tuesday.
The 35-year-old was spotted heading towards the town’s railway station and it is thought she may have headed to Manchester, where she has family.
She is described as white with very long, light brown hair and is of slim build.
When she was last seen she was wearing a long sleeved grey T-shirt, dark blue jogging bottoms, a black woollen trapper hat and was carrying a light blue holdall.
Sgt Helen Ford of Lancashire Police said: “Tracey is without her medication and will become ill if she does not receive it. I would urge anybody who knows of her whereabouts to contact police.
“Although she has been missing before, we are growing concerned for her welfare and if you know where Tracey is or you think you may have come into contact with her then I would urge you to come forward.”
Anybody with information can call Lancashire Police 0845 25 35 45.