POLICE have re-appealed for information on a 46-year-old woman who has been missing for more than four months.

Patricia Henry previously lived in Paisley before relocating to Girvan in October last year, but has not been seen by her family or friends since November 13.

She is described as white, 5ft 10in, of slim build, and has collar length brown hair.

She also has a tattoo of two clouds and her name on her left leg and one of a dolphin on her hip.

Chief Inspector Gary Anson, area commander for South Ayrshire, said: "It not unusual for Patricia to have limited contact with her family for a period of time, but she was reported as a missing person on Wednesday, March 14, after he family became concerned that so much time had passed without any contact.

"Her family and friends are incredibly anxious as time passes with no word from her."

In the past, Patricia has lived in Spain and it was originally believed that she had travelled abroad.

However, officers now believe she has not left the country.

There have been some reported sightings in Renfrewshire which they are now following up, but none have been confirmed so far.

The enquiry commenced in Paisley but is now being dealt with by the Ayrshire Division. 

Chief Inspector Anson added: "We would appeal to anyone who knows Patricia, or has any idea where she may have gone, to come forward.

"We would also appeal to Patricia herself to come forward and let her family or the police know she is okay."

Anyone with information can call 101.