Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Linda Razzell is originally from Carmarthen


Police divers have been called in to help in the hunt for a missing college lecturer from west Wales.
Forensic science officers were also investigating Linda Razzell's abandoned car for clues four days after she disappeared after dropping off her children and partner.

Linda Razzell was last seen on Tuesday morning
The 41-year-old mother-of-four from Carmarthen disappeared on Tuesday from outside Swindon College in Wiltshire where she works.
She was last seen seen entering a nearby alleyway in which her mobile phone was later found abandoned.
Police, who have set up an incident room to co-ordinate the inquiry, said they were now very concerned for her safety.
Divers were searching a large lake in Swindon and the results of forensic tests on the lecturer's mobile were awaited.
Meanwhile, Mrs Razzell's four children aged between five and 14 were being looked after by a relative in her home town of Carmarthen.
Mrs Razzell, who is separated, had been due in court to settle financial arrangements with her husband on Thursday.

Your family in Wales, your cousins, they all want you to come home.
Greg Worrall

Wiltshire Police's Acting Superintendent Wayne Bonne said: "We are leaving all our options open."
"There is no reason why she would have gone missing.
"She might have been illegally abducted."
Her boyfriend Greg Worrall, 43, appealed for Mrs Razzell to contact him saying the family wanted to see her: "We love you, come home," he said.
At a police press conference on Thursday, Mr Worrall said: "If you can see me now Linda, your children want you to come home, I want you to come home.
"Your family in Wales, your cousins, they all want you to come home."

Greg Worrall: "We love you, come home"
She has four children by her estranged husband - Catherine, 14, Matthew, 11, Emma, nine, and Robin, five.
Mr Worrall said: "It's Matthew's birthday soon and you promised him a shopping trip.
"He won't hold you to it but he just wants you to come home. We love you, come home."
Mrs Razzell was seen by a resident living near Swindon College parking her red L-registered Ford Escort on Tuesday.
She was then seen to lock the car and walk through an alleyway towards the college in Regent Circus.
She had dropped off three of her children and Mr Worrall on her way to work and it was the last time she was seen.