Police have a appealed for help to find a missing pensioner from Brixton Hill.
Mersadis Lallite, 76, was last seen at about 3.30pm yesterday when she left her daughter’s home in Tulse Hill to make to the short walk back to her home.
She has not been seen or heard from since and her family are growing increasingly concerned for her safety, especially with the cold weather overnight.
Mrs Lallite is described as black, frail, and about 5ft 1in tall.
She was last seen wearing a pink/purple patterned dress, a black fleece, a black knee-length coat, grey leggings, black shoes and a beige/grey bobble hat.
Anyone who sees Mrs Lallite, or anyone who knows of her whereabouts are asked to call police via 101.
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Happy to say that Lambeth police said that Mersadis has been found
I will specially look out for her as Branksome Road is on her usual route and I say hello when I see her
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