Police no longer looking for woman with disabilities last seen at Clarkson train station after she returns home

Police no longer looking for woman with disabilities last seen at Clarkson train station after she returns home

UPDATE, March 1: WA Police have confirmed the missing woman has returned home.

POLICE are looking for a woman with disabilities who was last seen at Clarkson train station boarding a Perth bound train at 10.10pm on Saturday.

Yanchep Police need the public’s help to find missing 25-year-old Rawinia George Simon-Tiori.

Ms Simon-Tiori  is described as 152cm tall, with a slim build and tanned skinned.

She was last seen wearing a white hoody with black writing on the front, blue jeans her long dark hair was tied in a bun.

Concerns are held for her welfare as she suffers from medical conditions and may not be able to interact with other members of the public.

Ms Simon-Tiori is vision impaired, has cerebral palsy and a mental disability.

Anyone who sees Ms Simon-Tiori or has any information regarding her whereabouts, is asked to call Police on 131 444.

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