A week on, daughter won’t give up search for Swansea Mam Anita Jackson
THE daughter of a missing Swansea pensioner has said she would continue to look for her mother — a week after she was last seen.
Anita Jackson’s daughter Deborah has made another plea for her mam to get in touch.]
Deborah said: “We are continuing to look for you mam.
“Family and friends are getting increasingly concerned and I want to make another plea for you to at least let someone know that you are safe.
“Mam, if you are still in the area please make contact and let me or someone else know if there is anything anyone can do to make the situation you return home to more manageable.”
Mrs Jackson, aged 71, from Brynymor Road, Brynmill, has been missing since Monday, September 30, and her family believes she does not have a phone or money on her.
Deborah said her mother was behaving out of character and urged people in Swansea, Gower and much further afield to keep an eye out for her.
South Wales Police said Mrs Jackson was last seen in Dunvant on Monday morning.
She is known to often visit Gower, including Horton and Rhossili, as she is a keen walker and also enjoys painting.
Search teams scoured the coastline between Port Eynon and Worm’s Head for the missing pensioner on Thursday. Horton and Port Eynon inshore lifeboat, an RAF Sea King helicopter and coastguards were involved.
Deborah thanked the police and other agencies who have helped with the search.
“They have been fantastic and they are continuing to carry out extensive enquiries in Swansea and the Gower areas,” she added.
Mrs Jackson is 5ft 4in with a medium build and silver grey curly hair. She was last seen wearing a blue jumper.