A woman missing from Scotland is believed to be in Slough.

Thames Valley Police is sharing an urgent appeal from Scotland Police to find Kathleen Symons.

Police officers believe she travelled to Slough and is staying in the area.

The 34-year-old was last seen in the village of Tighnabruaich, Scotland on Tuesday, March 16.

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Inspector Simon Shanks from Dunoon Police Station said: “Kathleen was reported missing on Saturday, 27 March. She has never been missing before and her family are extremely concerned for her safety and wellbeing.

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“Since she was reported missing, we have been carrying out extensive enquiries to trace her.

“We believe that she travelled to the Blackpool area around the 17 March, and we believe that she then travelled on to the Slough area on 26 March and is still staying there. We are liaising with our police colleagues there to trace her as soon as possible.”

“I would urge Kathleen to get in touch with police to let us know that she is safe and well. I would also ask anyone who has seen her, or who has any information on her whereabouts to contact us through 101 quoting reference number 4253 of 27 March.”

Thames Valley Police Slough shared their appeal to find missing Kathleen Symons.

They said: "Can you help our colleagues at Police Scotland with their re-appeal to find Kathleen Symons?

"Officers believe she travelled to Slough and is staying there. Anyone with any information should call 101."