POLICE in Shetland are asking local people to help trace Bressay woman Faith Clarke who was reported missing on Thursday.
The 38-year old has had no contact with friends and family since Tuesday 8 September.
Police made a public appeal on its Highlands and Islands Facebook page on Sunday afternoon.
They said enquiries carried out so far have shown that Clarke appears to have taken a ferry and left the island in her car, a red Ford Kuga with the vehicle registration PE13 REE on 1 September.
“Extensive enquiries have been carried out however, attempts to locate Faith have so far proved unsuccessful,” the statement reads.
“As there has been no contact from Faith for several days, officers just want to know she is safe and well and are asking her to contact police.
“Officers are also appealing to anyone who may have seen Faith or who has any information or knowledge as to her whereabouts, to contact them.”
Police Scotland can be contacted by phoning 101.
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