Police have confirmed a sighting of missing Diane Tytheridge after CCTV has revealed she travelled to Skegness on the morning of her disappearance.
Officers searching for the missing Bicker woman, have said that Diane caught the 8.40am Stagecoach service from Boston Bus Station on Wednesday, June 25.
She travelled on the top deck and arrived in Skegness at 10.05am.
Police are now asking for anyone who travelled on the bus that morning to get in touch.
A spokesman said: “Did you travel on the same bus that morning and saw Diane? Did you see what direction she went in when she left the bus station? Although Diane’s clothing that day is non-descript (blue skinny jeans, a white top and a black jacket), the bag she was carrying is quite distinctive.
“It is a crescent or banana shaped bag, bright blue in colour, with black underneath.”
Diane’s children this morning (Wednesday) made an impassioned plea for their mother or anyone who or has seen her to get in touch.
Police say she is known to have family in Kent and the South Holland area.
Anyone with information that should call 101.