Cyrillene Walrond, 76, missing from Stamford Hill
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A pensioner who suffers from minor memory loss has gone missing from Stamford Hill.
Cyrillene Walrond was last seen at home at midday on Sunday, but was spotted at 1am on Monday sitting at a route 144 bus stop in Wood Green, telling someone she knew she was waiting for a friend.
Police are now appealing for anyone who may know where she is to come forward. Officers think Cyrillene may be travelling on buses.
Her family and police are increasingly concerned for her welfare because she suffers from minor memory loss and has not taken her prescribed medication for two days. It is very unusual for Cyrillene to be out after 6pm.
She is black, 5ft 5in and of medium build with short grey and black hair. When last seen she was wearing a black skirt and a beret style hat and carrying a handbag.
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Anyone who has seen her or knows where she is can call Hackney Missing Person Unit on 101 or call the charity Missing People on 116000.
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