POLICE need the public's help to find a 47-year-old woman who has been reported missing after being seen getting a train to the Worcester area.

Clair Durham who lives in Moreton-in-Marsh in the Cotswolds last made contact with her family and friends via social media on Tuesday, October 27.

Officers want to ensure Clair is safe and well and are appealing for anyone who has seen her, or has information on her whereabouts, to contact Gloucestershire Police.

She was last seen getting on a train at around 4.55pm on October 27. Clair is believed to be attempting to see family in the north of England and is with her dog, Daisy, a black and white Shi Tzu.

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Clair is described as a white woman, 5ft 4ins tall, of a slight build and has short brown hair.

She speaks with a northern accent and has tattoos on her upper and lower left arm of a band and some cherries, and a large tribal tattoo on her back. Clair also wears glasses.

It is believed she was wearing a short, dark green jacket with a large collar and red boots, when she went missing. Her dog was on a pink lead.

Anyone who has seen Clair, or has information, is urged to call police on 101 and quote incident 283 of October 28.

Information can also be provided to the Missing People charity by calling 116 000 or online via their website missingpeople.org.uk.