Greenwich 70-year-old dementia sufferer may have travelled to Bexleyheath

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A GREENWICH 70-year-old woman with dementia has been missing from her home since yesterday (January 27) and may have travelled to Bexleyheath, police say.

Aquilina Pampin was last seen at around 4pm on Monday Tunnel Avenue, Greenwich, when she went out for a walk.

Officers are concerned for her welfare as she suffers from dementia.

She is described as white, 5ft 2in tall, of medium build with short white hair. She was last seen wearing glasses, grey trousers with a puffer jacket coat down to her knees and had a handbag with her.

Ms Pampin can speak only Spanish and her family nickname is Kika.

It is believed she will be travelling around on buses, and is known to have visited the Bexleyheath and Belvedere bus garages. However, she does not have her Freedom Pass.

Anyone who has seen her should call Detective Constable Steve Patterson at Greenwich Missing Persons Unit 07770 825 571 or 101.

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4:09pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Teaspoon says...

I hope they find this lady.
This is exactly the reason people with dementia should not be driving!! (not this lady, but the one the other month who had lost her car!!!)
Families take note.
I hope they find this lady. This is exactly the reason people with dementia should not be driving!! (not this lady, but the one the other month who had lost her car!!!) Families take note. Teaspoon
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4:38pm Tue 28 Jan 14

caz b says...

Maybe she's down the hole in bexleyheath
Maybe she's down the hole in bexleyheath caz b
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