Family ‘beside themselves’ as Bromley woman with Alzheimer’s missing

The family of a vulnerable pensioner with Alzheimer’s disease who is missing from her Bromley home are “absolutely beside themselves” and police are “extremely” concerned for her safety.

Making an urgent appeal on Thursday evening, October 29 a Met Police spokesperson said Mary Bonner, 72-years-old, was last seen over 48 hours ago when she left her home in the Sydenham area.

She has not been seen or heard from since.

Detective Constable Steve Donovan said: “Mary’s family are absolutely beside themselves and cannot rest until she is home safe with them.

“She is vulnerable and the weather is poor at the moment.

“It is imperative that we find her and make sure she is safe and well. Please look out for Mary and, if you see her, call police immediately.”

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Mary is known to visit the Penge, Bickley and Chislehurst areas and was last seen wearing a blue jacket, maroon jumper, jeans and black boots

She has Alzheimer’s disease and may appear confused or disoriented.

Extensive enquiries to locate her are ongoing.

Anyone who has, or thinks they have, seen Mary Bonner should immediately call the Met Police on 101.

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