POLICE have appealed for information to help find a woman reported missing in the Ochil Hills in Clackmannanshire.
Alison Fox, from Alloa, went walking in the hills behind Menstrie during the afternoon of Thursday 1st March and got lost on her journey.
She has not yet returned home.
Mountain Rescue teams and local police officers have been involved in search activity to trace the 51-year-old but so far she has not been located.
Anyone who believes they have information that can assist with this investigation is asked to come forward.
Alison is described as being white, 5ft 2ins tall with a slim build, short red hair, freckles across her face and thick glasses. She speaks with an English accent and is a keen runner and hillwalker
Inspector Jim Young said: “The adverse weather on the hills makes us very concerned for Alison’s welfare and we are keen to trace her as soon as possible.
“I must stress that I do not want members of the public to come out and assist with the search due to the weather conditions but if you have any relevant information that can help us establish Alison’s whereabouts please contact the police immediately. ”
Those with information can contact Alloa Police Station via 101 and quote incident number 1728 of the 1st March.
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