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Concern over missing pregnant woman

A heavily pregnant woman, who was due to give birth last week, has been missing from her home in Ashford for nearly a fortnight. Police, who believe she is with a man and that they may have travelled to Ireland, are keen to speak to anyone with any information.

Donna Hall, who is 30 and from Canterbury Road in Kennington, has not been seen since Sunday August 21. Her baby was due on August 27.

Det Insp Angie Hobbs said: “We are concerned about her welfare and that she may need medical attention following the birth.”

Ms Hall is described 5ft 2ins tall, slim (although heavily pregnant), has a pale complexion, blue eyes and light brown collar length hair.

The man she is thought to be with is described as white, 5ft 10ins and fat. He has blue eyes, wears glasses and has short light brown hair and is clean shaven.

The pair are possibly travelling in a black Seat Ibiza, registration number either M425 JTY or M45 JTY or a Vauxhall Vectra, registration number P351 0GN.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact South Kent police on 01303 289180, or Det Insp Hobbs on 07969 584060.

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