Concerns grow for welfare of missing woman last seen in Halifax

Missing Huddersfield woman Lisa Holden
Missing Huddersfield woman Lisa Holden

Police officers are concerned for the welfare of a woman from Huddersfiedl who was last seen in Halifax two weeks ago.

Lisa Holden was last seen on April 24, and was reported missing after not being seen by family members on Sunday May 5.

Ms Holden, who lives in Huddersfield, went to visit her mother in Halifax on Sunday, April 21, who she was due to stay with.

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However the 40-year-old left shortly after and has not been seen since.

PC Grace Robinshaw, of Kirklees District police, said: “We are trying to trace Lisa’s whereabouts to ensure she is okay.

“I would urge anyone who has seen her or who has information about her movements or current whereabouts to please call the police. Similarly, Ms Holden herself is asked to make contact to confirm she is safe and well.”

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Anyone with information can pass it to the police via 101, quoting log 1681 of 05/05. Information can also be given via the 101 Live Chat facility on the West Yorkshire Police website.

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