Search continues for retired teacher in Cyprus

A retired teacher aged 73 has been missing from her home in Cyprus near Paphos since Tuesday 19th 2012. Nancy Johnson is of a slight build weighing 50kg is 1.5m (5 feet) tall, and has short grey hair.

Nancy moved to live in Cyprus with her husband, George (age 76, retired RAF) in July 2011.

Nancy left home to go for a walk in the area close to her house, just east of Tsada village, at around 3.00pm on Tuesday 19th June but failed to return. Her husband reported her missing to local police later that day.

Nancy was last seen at 4.00pm just outside Tsada village, when she approached a lady in her garden saying she was a bit confused and cant find my way home. The lady asked her where she lived and gave her directions.

Nancy has not been seen or heard from since. No new leads/information or evidence have since been uncovered.

Police have conducted searches of the area at ground level and by helicopter.

The husband, friends, neighbours, members of the local British expat community and local villagers are continuing daily and nightly searches of the surrounding area of Tsada. Nancy and Georges son, Richard, has flown to Cyprus from London to assist with the search.

The British High Commission in Cyprus are aware of the situation and are providing consular assistance.
A Missing Persons Facebook page has been created for Nancy at

Anyone with family or contacts in Cyprus is asked to pass on the call for help in locating Nancy Johnson.

Those with information about sightings of Nancy or her current whereabouts should urgently contact Stroumbi Police on +357 26814060.

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