POLICE have said they cannot rule out that a missing Girvan woman has ‘come to harm’.

Patricia Henry has not been seen since November 13, 2017 where she relocated to from Paisley, five weeks prior to her disappearance.

Officers investigating the 46-year-old’s disappearance have been in Girvan speaking to local people and local business in an effort to obtain any information about her whereabouts.

Detective Chief Inspector Suzanne Chow said: “Extensive efforts to trace Patricia are still ongoing and this was a really worthwhile initiative. I am also taking the opportunity to re-iterate earlier appeals for anyone with information about Patricia’s movements or current whereabouts.”

Patricia is described as white, 5ft10, of slim build and has shoulder length hair which is usually tied back.

She has a tattoo of two clouds, outlined in blue, with a red rose and green stem with the word ‘Patti’ on her left arm. She usually wears a denim jacket.

Detective Chief Inspector Chow continued: “Patricia has had no contact with her friends, family or other agencies and we are understandably growing ever more concerned for her well-being.

“This is still very much a missing person enquiry, although we can’t rule out that Patricia may have come to harm. Her family are distraught and are desperate for news about her. If you can help, please get in touch.

“I would like to thank the local communities of Girvan, Paisley and beyond for their help so far, we do appreciate it.”

Anyone with any information should contact Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 3401 of Wednesday 14 March 2018.

Alternatively, you can contact CRIMESTOPPERS on 0800 555 111 where information can be given anonymously.