Police continue to appeal for help to find a woman reported missing from the state’s Far West.
Marilyn Grubb, aged 64, is believed to have left a property on Menindee Road, about 50km from Broken Hill, on Sunday 30 December 2018.
She has not been seen or heard from since and police and family have concerns for her welfare.
Officers from Barrier Police District are investigating her disappearance and are appealing for anyone who may have information on her whereabouts to contact police.
Investigators are also asking that anyone who may have travelled along the Menindee Road between Broken Hill and Menindee on Sunday 30 December 2018, or anyone living around Morgan Lane, Broken Hill, and who may have dash cam or CCTV footage that can assist the investigation, to contact police.
Marilyn is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 160cm – 165cm tall, with a medium build, green/hazel eyes and brown hair.
She may be driving a blue/grey 2005 Holden Adventra station wagon, with South Australian registration plates S048BON.
She has possibly travelled to Northern Territory or Queensland.
Police, supported by SES volunteers and aircraft, have conducted a number of searches, however, there’s been no sightings of Marilyn or her vehicle.
Anyone with information on Marilyn’s whereabouts is urged to contact Broken Hill Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.
POLICE are appealing for public assistance to locate a woman reported missing from the Broken Hill area.
Marilyn Anne Grubb was last scene when she left a property on Menindee Road, around 50 kilometres from Broken Hill on Sunday, December 30.
She was travelling in her vehicle, a 2005 year model Holden Adventra station wagon, grey/blue in colour with South Australian registration number S048BON.
Police believe Ms Grubb may have travelled to Broken Hill.
“Since she has been reported missing there have been no sightings of her vehicle and she has not made any contact with family and friends,” police said.
“Police understand that Marilyn may have attended a house in Morgan Lane, Broken Hill on Sunday, December 30.”
NSW Police have asked that anyone with dashcam footage, who travelled along Menindee Road between Broken Hill and Menindee on Sunday December 30, to make contact with Broken Hill detectives.
Police, along with her friends and family, hold serious concerns for her welfare and are appealing for the community to come forward with any information regarding her whereabouts.NSW Police
“We ask that anyone living around Morgan Lane, Broken Hill or who has driven around Morgan Lane on Sunday December 12 who has dashcam footage or CCTV that covers Morgan Lane between Kaolin Street and Bromide Street (and surrounding streets) make contact with Broken Hill detectives,” officers said.
“These requests have been made to assist police investigations in tracing times and movements of Marilyn in the absence of any sightings of her and her vehicle.”
Police supported by SES volunteers and aircraft have conducted a number of search operations, however there have been no sightings of Ms Grubb or her vehicle.
Ms Grubb is of Caucasian appearance, approximately 160-165 centimetres tall, with a medium build, green/hazel eyes and brown hair.
“Police, along with her friends and family, hold serious concerns for her welfare and are appealing for the community to come forward with any information regarding her whereabouts,” officers said.
Anyone with information about Marilyn’s whereabouts is urged to contact Broken Hill police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/.
Information is treated in strict confidence.