The family of missing woman Diane Tytheridge have returned to the UK from their home in Australia today (Monday) as the police search continues.
A force spokesman said: “Police are growing increasingly concerned for the wellbeing of Bicker woman, Diane Tytheridge, who has not been seen since Wednesday, June 25.”
“Diane’s daughter and granddaughter are flying to the UK from their home in Australia and are urging her to contact police, a family member, work colleague or a friend, to let them know she is safe.”
Diane was last seen on town centre CCTV at 8.30am on Wednesday in the area of the bus station in Boston.
The spokesman said: “It is not known if she then left the area on foot or if she caught a bus but enquiries are ongoing to review CCTV in Skegness to see if she travelled there.”
Anyone with information that might assist the investigation into Diane’s disappearance is asked to contact police on 101, quoting incident number 371 of June 25.