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UPDATE: Missing Hereford woman 'extremely vulnerable'.
AN 'extremely vulnerable' Hereford woman who has been missing for a week is now believed to be in Sussex.
Debbie Jennings, 29, from Hereford, has not been seen since the evening of Monday July 9, when she left the house of a friend she had been staying with to collect some of her belongings from a house in Ross -on-Wye.
Despite saying she intended to return to the friend’s house in city, she did not return and was reported missing on Wednesday July 11.
It is known that Debbie was in Ross-on-Wye bus station on Tuesday July 10 with two people she previously lived with - Luke Wilson, 46, and his partner, 33-year-old Alisa Wilson, and all three boarded a bus at 9.30am.
Mr Wilson is not supposed to have any contact with Debbie and has bail conditions to stay away from her.
West Mercia Police now believe they have travelled along the south coast and are now in West Sussex in the Shoreham-by-Sea area.
Detective Inspector Martyn Barnes from Hereford CID said: "We consider Debbie to be extremely vulnerable and we need to know that she is safe and well.”
Debbie was last seen wearing grey leggings, grey sandals and a thick, black, fleecy jumper and is described as being slimmer than she appears in the photograph released by police, taken two-years ago.
If you have any information contact West Mercia Police on 0300 333 3000 or Sussex police on 101.
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