Family appeal for missing Sandra Hall
08 February 2013
The family of a missing woman from Bognor Regis are pleading for
anyone who thinks they may have seen her to get in touch.
Sandra Hall, 56, went missing on Sunday (February 3) when she
left her home in Gunwin Court, Aldwick, at 10.20am to go to
A statement on behalf of her family said: "Sandra has touched
the lives of so many people she has met or befriended over the
years in West Sussex, Lancaster and Cumbria.
"She is a generous, loving spirit always prepared to go
that extra mile to help and support others, despite the
difficulties she has had for many years coping with her own
"She is deeply loved by her family, who
hope that she remains safe and can re-start her life with the care
and support she needs to start flourishing again.
"If you happen to see Sandra nearby, you
will either be struck by how amiable and engaging she is as she
talks with somebody she may never have met, or, alternatively, how
quiet and withdrawn she is, almost 'not there'. That's bi-polar. We
and many, many people love her and we want her back."
Sandra was last seen wearing knee length black and white
tweed coat, a scarf and black hat. She was believed to have been
last sighted in the Barnham area.
Sgt Paul Coles, from Arun's Neighbourhood Response Team,
said: "We are obviously concerned about the whereabouts of Sandra
and urge anyone who has seen her, or thinks they have, to please
contact Sussex Policce on 101.
"It is very out of character for Sandra to be out of
touch with her family for so long. We have dedicated search teams
out looking for Sandra in the local area.
"Anyone with any information is asked to call 0772 of 3
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