Update: Norah Garratt has been found, safe and well.
HAVE you seen Norah Garratt (Byrne)?
The search continues for Norah in Benidorm after her disappearance on Saturday morning.
Her family are appealing to anyone who may have seen or heard from her for information.
Her concerned family have revealed she suffers from Alzheimer’s and is believed to have left without a phone or money in Benidorm.
TODAY at 1pm a coordinated search is taking place in Benidorm.
A thorough search of local parks and the more desolate areas around Poniente Beach will take place this afternoon.
Volunteers are requested to help with the search which will require around three-to-four hours.
Drivers are required too, and those with access to a vehicle are requested to provide invaluable assistance to the search.
The meeting place and time for the search is 1pm in front of the Gran Bali hotel, Luis Prendres Street, 03502 Benidorm, Alicante.
CCTV footage from 5:15am on Saturday morning shows Norah leaving the Gran Bali hotel and this is her last reported sighting.
She was wearing blue denim jeans and a striped cream, green and blue long sleeve rugby top at the time.
She may respond to her maiden name Norah Byrne but is known as Nora Garratt.
Nora celebrated her 63rd birthday last week on Thursday November 22.
She has now been missing for three nights.
If you have any information that could be of assistance contact:
Marcia on +00 44 7789 966 573