CCTV images of missing Lynne in Salisbury released by police

POLICE have released these CCTV images of a missing woman last seen in Salisbury.

The pictures show 69-year-old Lynne on a number 44 bus in the city on Thursday, March 21 – the day she was reported missing.

Officers searching for Lynne said the images have been positively identified by her family.

“It is thought that she got off a number 44 bus in Exeter Street, Salisbury, at 12.52pm on Thursday (March 21) and detectives are now urgently appealing for dashcam footage taken from the Exeter Street area at the time,” a Wiltshire Police spokesperson said.

Supt Liz Coles said: “Lynne has now been missing for a week and her family are extremely worried about her.

“A dedicated team of detectives is actively working to trace her movements since she was reported missing.

“Today we are urgently appealing for anyone who may have dash cam footage of her leaving the bus in Exeter Street.

“We also need to hear from anyone who may have been on the bus or was in the area at the time. Members of the public can also help by checking their ring doorbell footage and CCTV. Any small piece of information could be vital.

“I also want to make a direct appeal to Lynne, if you are reading this. You should know that your family are very worried about you. They love you and need to know you are safe. Please contact us.”

Lynne was last seen wearing a navy coat, dark trousers and black ankle boots, and was carrying a distinctive light blue bag.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts should contact police on 999, quoting log 306 of March 22.

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