- A 72-year-old woman with a number of medical conditions vanished from home
- Enid Brotherton was last seen leaving her Bathurst home in Holden Barina Friday
- Family and police hold serious concerns for the woman’s safety and wellbeing
A 72-year-old woman with medical issues left her home on Friday and hasn’t been seen since.
Enid Brotherton vanished after leaving her home on Cross St, Bathurst, in her silver 2009 Holden Barina with the registration CEB 09L.
There are grave concerns for the 72-year-old woman as she suffers from a number of medical conditions.
Enid Brotherton, 72, (pictured) vanished after leaving her home on Cross St, Bathurst, NSW
There are concerns for Mrs Brotherton as she suffers from number of medical conditions
Ms Brotherton is described as being Caucasian in appearance and is about 160cm tall with a ‘very thin’ build.
The elderly lady has short grey hair with brown tints, wears square-framed glasses and was dressed in black tracksuit pants and a light-coloured long sleeve top.
Police and family hold serious concerns for the woman.
Police urge anyone with information to call Bathurst Police or Crime Stoppers.
The 72-year-old woman was last seen leaving her home in her 2009 Holden Barina with the registration CEB 09L (pictured)