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‘Huge’ search launched for woman who vanished on the Isle of Wight and hasn’t been seen for 48 hours

‘Huge’ search is launched for woman, 22, who vanished on the Isle of Wight and hasn’t been seen for 48 hours

  • Rosie Johnson went missing from a Little Canada PGL Adventure in Wootton 
  • She is understood to have been gone for over 48 hours and has no phone or cash
  • Ms Johnson, who is from Glasgow, has mousey brown hair and is of slim build

A major search operation has been launched to find a 22-year-old woman on the Isle of Wight.

Police and volunteers are looking for Rosie Johnson – who went missing from a Little Canada PGL Adventure in Wootton.

She is understood to have been gone for over 48 hours and has no phone or cash on her.

Rosie Johnson, 22, from Glasgow, went missing from a Little Canada PGL Adventure in Wootton

She is understood to have been gone for over 48 hours and has no phone or cash on her. Pictured: Police outside Little Canada

She is understood to have been gone for over 48 hours and has no phone or cash on her. Pictured: Police outside Little Canada 

Ms Johnson, from Glasgow, has mousey brown hair, is of slim build and was last seen wearing a dark blue puffa jacket and trousers.

Local residents have been shown a picture of her and the National Police Air Service Helicopter has been drafted in to help the search.

A Hampshire Police spokesman said: ‘Members of the Wootton community are asked to help by checking sheds, boats and outbuildings. Please check thoroughly and call us on 101 with any information. 

Ms Johnson, from Glasgow, has mousey brown hair, is of slim build and was last seen wearing a dark blue puffa jacket and trousers

Ms Johnson, from Glasgow, has mousey brown hair, is of slim build and was last seen wearing a dark blue puffa jacket and trousers

‘Police officers and volunteers from Wight SAR are conducting searches in the area.

‘If you think you might have seen Rosie since she went missing, or have any information about where she might be, please call us as a matter of urgency on 101 quoting 44190217273.’

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