Rotherham: Missing mum may have travelled to Rotherham

The family of a mum who has been missing for a month are appealing for the public’s help in finding her and bringing her safely home.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 19th November 2014, 8:40 am
Gloris Smith
Gloris Smith

Gloris Smith, 50, of Nuthall, was last seen by her family on 22nd October and she was seen in Worksop the same day.

It is believed she then travelled to Rotherham but she has not been seen since.

Her family are desperate for her to be found safe and well and be brought home.

The longer Gloris has been missing the more concerned her family have become for her welfare.

Daughter Nicola said: “She had not been feeling herself before she went missing and was feeling quite low.”

“She said she couldn’t really speak to us about it but it obviously got too much for her.”

“We’ve gone through a mixture of emotions, upset, worried.”

“But I find I worry the most at night.”

“The nights are the hardest when I go to bed wondering where she is sleeping and if is she safe.”

Gloris is described as black, about 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build, with black hair.

Gloris is slimmer than in her photo and may have different hair, possibly a short Afro-style.

Anyone who has seen her or knows her whereabouts is asked to call 101.

Nicola said: “We would just urge anyone who has a suspicion they may have seen her to just pick up the phone and contact the police.”

“We are worried about her and it has turned our lives upside down.”

“We just want her to come back safely.”