Hollywood missing person Eve Cullen urged to get in touch

By Tristan Harris Tuesday 22 July 2014 Updated: 24/07 22:28

OFFICERS investigating the disappearance of a Hollywood woman have appealed to her to get in touch to let them know she is okay.

It comes after extensive searches have been carried out in Hollywood in a bid to find 52-year-old Eve Cullen who has been missing from her home since 2.30pm on Thursday (July 17).

Actions have included house-to-house enquiries and leaflet drops, along with further searches with the police dogs and the force helicopter.

The police have also revealed that Eve is a wife and mother-of-three.

Supt Kevin Purcell, of West Mercia Police, said: "We would like to ask Eve to please make contact with us to reassure both the police and her family that she is safe and well.

"She can do this by walking into any police station in the country or by phoning the non-emergency police number 101.

"We would also like to thank the public for their continued support.

"The local community have been taking part in the police-led searches and we are grateful for their assistance.

"I would appeal to anyone who has seen a woman matching her description to make contact with police."

She has brown collar-length hair and glasses and, when she was last seen, she was wearing a mustard t-shirt, green three-quarter-length trousers and white trainers. She is known to have ties to the Birmingham area.

Officers are asking people to report any sightings of a woman matching her description to West Mercia Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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