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Mental health patient missing from Dartford could be violent

Natalie Bailey
Natalie Bailey

A missing Dartford woman who escaped from mental health carers could be violent, police have warned.

Natalie Bailey has been described as "high risk" by officers, who have told members of the public not to approach her.

The 36-year-old went missing on Monday, December 13, after being taken from a secure mental health unit to visit her uncle's address. She escaped from her carers in Lewisham.

Natalie is described as black, about 5ft 5in to 5ft 7in, and of medium build. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a purple jumper and a black knee-length coat. She is known to frequent the Lewisham, Brixton and Camberwell areas.

Sergeant Joseph McDonald, from Lewisham missing persons unit, said:
"We are very concerned for Natalie's welfare. She has mental health problems and needs medication. She has been known to be violent without it.

"The public should not approach her but if you have any information please call the local police immediately."

If you know where Natalie is call police on 0300 123 1212 or if you see her dial 999 immediately.

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