Vulnerable elderly woman Fatima Uzma missing from Whittington Hospital

PUBLISHED: 10:53 18 July 2016 | UPDATED: 10:53 18 July 2016

Fatima Uzma has been missing from Whittington Hospital since Friday

Fatima Uzma has been missing from Whittington Hospital since Friday


A vulnerable woman has been missing from Whittington Hospital since Friday.

Police are appealing for help in finding Fatima Uzma, 83, who left the Cloudsley Ward at 4pm and hasn’t been seen since.

Fatima walks with a noticeable hunch and a walking stick and is believed to have a brown suitcase.

She is black, 5ft 5in of medium build and was last seen wearing a red hat over a black wooly hat, a light blue jumper with a snowflake on it, navy tracksuit bottoms, green open-toed croc sandals and pulling a black shopping trolley.

Fatima has access to public transport with her freedom pass and has links to Islington and Enfield. She is known to frequent the Seven Sisters Road area.

Anyone who has seen Fatima or who knows of her whereabouts are asked to call police in Islington via 101 or Missing People 116000 quoting Met reference: 16MIS030593.

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