Police are appealing for information to help trace a woman reported missing from Craigmillar
Kathleen Morrod (49) was last seen leaving her home address at about 9am on Thursday, March 16.
Since then, there have been no sightings of her, nor has she been in contact with family or friends. Concern is now growing for her welfare and anyone with information that assist police with their enquiries is asked to come forward as soon as possible.
Kathleen is described as a white, 5ft 4ins, medium build with long dark brown hair. She is believed to be wearing a green checked shirt and black plimsoles. Kathleen also has a tattoo of a dove feather and the word Liam on her wrist.
She is believed to be driving a Black Jeep Commander, registration SL56NZC and is known to frequent Rosewell and Mortonhall.
Inspector Ben Leathes from Craigmillar Police Station said “Kathleen has now been missing since early Thursday morning without being seen or heard from. Her family and police are growing extremely concerned for her and our enquiries to date have not yet established her whereabouts.
“I’m asking anyone with information to Kathleen’s whereabouts or that can assist in locating her to contact police immediately.
“We would also urge Kathleen to make contact with ourselves, or with her family and friends, and confirm she is safe.”
Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.