Home   Thetford   Article

Subscribe Now

Video footage of missing Thetford woman, Kim Wilde, is found as search for her continues

Video footage believed to be of a Thetford woman who police are becoming ‘increasingly concerned’ about has been found from the day that she went missing.

A Norfolk Police appeal was launched on Monday in the hope to trace Kim Wilde, 65, who was last seen leaving her home in Kimms Belt in the town, on January 5 at 4.20pm.

The new footage, on one of her cousin’s social media pages, was taken from a camera at Wong's Taste of China in the town's Bridge Street, supposedly showing her walking into the town centre on the same day.

The appeal to find her is still ongoing and officers have described her as being 5ft 3ins tall, white, of proportionate build, with dark brown short hair and was possibly wearing a grey jacket with hood, dark grey leggings and carrying a white handbag when she left.

Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen Kim.

Anyone with information or who knows of her whereabouts should contact Norfolk Police immediately on 101 quoting incident number of 348 of 6 January 2024.