After losing contact with her family and friends for more than two weeks, a woman from Hamilton has been reported missing.
Since she was spotted on July 27 in Glasgow’s downtown, Vicky O’Hanlon has not been seen in Scotland. On August 6, she was last spotted in the Buckinghamshire neighbourhood of Beaconsfield.
The 55-year-old has been touring the UK in a Mercedes motorhome and on public transportation, but because she hasn’t communicated with her loved ones in several weeks, they have begun to worry about her welfare.
Vicky is described as having short grey or white hair, blue eyes, and a height of 5 feet 5 inches. It is unknown what attire she is donning.
The Hamilton Police Station’s Sergeant Stewart Dyer stated: “Local officers are doing intensive investigations to trace Vicky. The last known sighting of her in Scotland was on Wednesday, July 27, in Glasgow City Center. On Saturday, August 6, she was last seen in the Beaconsfield neighbourhood of Buckinghamshire.
“It is believed that she has been touring the UK in a Mercedes campervan and on public transportation; nevertheless, since she hasn’t been in contact with her loved ones in more than two weeks, there are concerns for her welfare.
I kindly encourage anyone with information on Vicky’s whereabouts or who thinks they may have seen her to call police at (911) 101-0311 and provide the reference number 1663 of Friday, August 19, 2022.
”We’d also appeal directly to Vicky herself to get in touch with friends, family or police. We all just want to make sure she is safe and well.”