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Missing mother appeal

PUBLISHED: 15:23 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:56 30 June 2010

POLICE have renewed their appeal for a missing Polish woman more than a month after her disappearance.

Agnieszka Marciniaki, 32, was last seen at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital shortly after 11.

POLICE have renewed their appeal for a missing Polish woman more than a month after her disappearance.

Agnieszka Marciniaki, 32, was last seen at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital shortly after 11.30am on Saturday, 30 January.

She had just given birth to a baby girl Anya and told medics she would return to the hospital after gathering some possessions.

White with a round face and short dark hair, Ms Marciniaki has a good grasp of English.

She arrived in the UK from Poland in the last week of January and is believed to have friends in the Lakenham and Tuckswood area of Norwich.

Inspector James Brown who is leading the investigation said: “We remain very concerned regarding the welfare of Agnieshka and we are still trying to locate her.

"I am once again appealing to anyone who knows Agnieszka or anyone who thinks they may have seen her to contact us.

“I also appeal to Agnieszka herself to return and see her baby. I would stress that she can return without fear that she will be arrested."

Contact: Inspector Brown on 0845 456 4567.


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