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New plea in missing woman inquiry

Jacqueline Windsor
Jacqueline Windsor usually wears trainers and glasses

A new appeal has been launched on the second anniversary of the disappearance of a woman from Hampshire.

Jacqueline Windsor has been missing from Basingstoke since 13 April 2006, when she was 24 years old.

"There has been no news of Jacqueline since and her current whereabouts remain unknown," a spokesperson from the Missing People charity said.

"Concern is growing for Jacqueline's welfare as it is believed that she may be unwell."

The spokesperson added: "Her mother is extremely worried and urges Jacqueline to get in touch with someone to reassure her that she is safe and well."

Ms Windsor is 5ft 2in, of medium build with blue/grey eyes and shoulder-length brown hair that she usually ties back in a ponytail.

Although it is not known what Jacqueline was wearing when she went missing, she usually wears trainers and glasses.

Jacqueline also has a tattoo of a red devil on the back of her left shoulder and a heart on her upper right arm.

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