Sarah has been found safe-and-well. Thanks to everyone who shared this story.
This afternoon, we have had quite a few messages from our followers, asking us to share the details of this urgent appeal for information in relation to the whereabouts of Sarah Watts, which has been made by South Wales Police:
“Have you seen this missing woman?
“Sarah Watts, aged 33, from Barry, has been missing since the early hours of yesterday (August 21).
“She was last seen at Hillend campsite in Llangennith.
“Sarah is described as being white, 5ft6 of slim/athletic build with below shoulder length mousey straight hair.
“She has links to Barry and Bridgend. Sarah has access to a grey Citroen C2.
“Anyone with any information can call us on 101 quoting reference 1800317520.”
We have attached a screen grab of Google Maps and Google Street View in the hope that people who may not be familiar with the area might remember recently being in the vicinity where Sarah was last spotted.
For more updates, then please visit the South Wales Police Bridgend and Vale of Glamorgan Facebook page.
If we get any further information, then we will add it to the bottom of this article
Featured image credit: South Wales Police Bridgend and Vale of Glamorgan via Facebook
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