Police in Eastleigh are concerned for the welfare of a woman who has gone missing from her home in Chandler’s Ford.
43-year-old Tutiernawati Darsim Suhana was last seen by a neighbour outside her home in Kingsway, Chandler’s Ford at around 11.30am on April 30.
Tutiernawati, originally from Indonesia, had lived and worked at the address as a house keeper and child minder for around five and half years.
She is described as being around 4ft 11 to 5ft 1 tall and was wearing a blue kaftan and blue headscarf on the last time she was seen.
Inspector Paul Newstead said: “We are concerned for Tutiernawati as this is very out of character; we need to make contact with her so that we can check her welfare. She has taken all of her belongings with her and has literally just disappeared.
“I am keen to hear from anyone who may have seen Tutiernawati on or after April 30, this could be someone who uses public transport in the area or someone from the Indonesian community living in the Southampton area.”
Anyone who has information about Tutiernawati’s whereabouts should contact Eastleigh police station on 101. Alternatively you can call the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.