Video: Family appeals for help to find missing Walsall woman Amanda Hawkins

A family today made a heartfelt appeal to find vulnerable Walsall woman Amanda Hawkins, who has been missing for almost two weeks.

Video: Family appeals for help to find missing Walsall woman Amanda Hawkins

Police have carried out extensive but unsuccessful searches for Amanda and say they have grave concerns for her welfare. The 44-year-old from Darlaston was last seen travelling on a bus in Brownhills on May 30.

She has a mental health condition and is without her medication. She has a history of going missing but only for a few days at a time.

At a police press conference in Birmingham today, her brother Rob, aged 42 and from London, asked for the public's help in tracing Amanda.

He said: "We are all very concerned for her safety, she has never been away from home for such a period of time.

"It has has been such a long time that she has not been in touch with anyone. She can't look after herself. We fear the worst."

Amanda is described as white, 5ft 2in and of a large build, with shoulder-length straight auburn hair, blue eyes and has a local accent.

She is believed to have been wearing a green jacket. Anyone with information should Call Walsall police on 101.

Anyone with information should call Walsall police on 101.

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