POLICE have asked the public to help trace a missing Alloa woman last seen on Friday. 

Jacqueline Watson was spotted in the Whins Road area at around 9am, on August 23, but has not been in contact since.

Concern is now growing for the 52-year-old’s welfare and anyone who may know her current whereabouts is asked to come forward.

Jacqueline is described as white, 5ft 6ins tall with a slim build and black bobbed hair.

She was last seen wearing black trousers a grey top and a black jacket and is believed to be wearing either blue or grey walking boots

Sergeant Iain Duncan, of Alloa Police Station, said: “Jacqueline’s family have not heard from her since Friday of last week and are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare. We are keen to trace her, to ensure that she is safe and well.

“Jacqueline resides in the Alloa; however, we understand that she also has links to the Stirling area.

“Anyone who believes they may have seen Jacqueline since Friday, or who may have information as to her whereabouts, to get in touch as a matter of urgency.

“We would also ask that anyone who may have dashcam or CCTV footage of the Whins Road area around 9am on August 23 to make contact with Police Scotland”.

Those with information can contact Alloa Police Station on ‘101’ quoting incident number 2263 of August 23.