Police searching for a woman who has been missing for two months say she may be in the Surrey area.

Modelene Wobidike, who has links to Watford, was last seen on Saturday, August 22, at 3.50pm in St Albans city centre.

Hertfordshire Constbaulary believes Modelene may be in the Redhill/Horley areas of Surrey.

Modelene is described as black, of medium build and 5ft 2in tall.   

She was last seen wearing a black dress. She often wears a headscarf, and ornate jewellery such as bangles and rings.

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Jenny Brown, manager of the Force’s Missing Person Team, said: “We are currently working closely with our colleagues in Surrey Police to locate Modelene.

“There was a potential sighting of her in Horley on Friday 25 September. Prior to that, she may have been in the Redhill area.

“Modelene is vulnerable and lives a transient lifestyle, meaning she has links to Horley and Reigate in Surrey, as well as Watford, South London, Central London and the West End.

“We are doing all we can to trace her so we can ensure she is safe and well. Please get in touch if you have any information.

“Modelene, if you see this appeal I would like to urge you to get in touch. You are not in any trouble, we just want to make sure that you are OK.”

Anyone in Surrey and believe they are with Modelene now or have seen her in the last few moments, call Surrey Police on 101.

If in Hertfordshire, call Hertfordshire Constabulary on 101.