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Police issue urgent appeal for information about missing woman who had been behaving unusually

PUBLISHED: 16:05 18 October 2016

Police appeal for information about missing Kentish Town woman Samira Abdulrazak

Police appeal for information about missing Kentish Town woman Samira Abdulrazak

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Camden police are appealing for information about a 21-year-old woman who had been “unusually withdrawn” before she went missing in the early hours of this morning.

Samira Abdulrazak was last seen at her home in Kentish Town at around 3am on Tuesday October 18 by her sister.

Police are “growing increasingly concerned” about her. She reportedly had been behaving unusually and been quiet and withdrawn before her disappearance.

She is Asian, 5ft 5ins tall with black hair, and a noticeable scar on her forehead.

Police believe she was wearing a black dress with a cardigan when she went missing and possibly a black headscarf.

Concerned officers are urging anyone with information on her whereabouts to call police on 101 or Missing People on 116000.

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