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Police searching for a mother from Bradford who has been missing for three weeks are investigating a possible sighting of her on or about the day she vanished.
The new lead in the hunt for Seemberjeet Kaur comes as her family have made an emotional plea for the public's help to find her. Jon Hill reports.
Police searching for missing Bradford mother-of-one Seemberjeet Kaur are checking CCTV footage after another possible sighting of her. A member of the public reported seeing a woman matching the 35-year-olds description walking on the towpath at Riddlesden towards Keighley.
There have been several unconfirmed sightings of her since her disappearance on October 23.
Police investigating the disappearance of a woman from Bradford are looking into sightings of her in a park.
35-year-old Seemberjeet Kaur has been missing for almost three weeks. She used this cashpoint on Wakefield Road, before taking a taxi to Saltaire. She was last seen in Roberts Park.
Her family says her disappearance is out of character- and her daughter had to celebrate her fourth birthday without her.
Police have issued new images of missing Bradford woman Seemberjeet Kaur as officers continue to search for her.
The CCTV stills were taken of Mrs Kaur on the canal towpath in Saltaire at 10.35am on Wednesday, October 23.
Mrs Kaur, 35, from the East Bowling area of the city, took a taxi from her home to Saltaire at about 10am on Wednesday and was dropped off in the Salts Mill area at around 10.30am.
She is described as Asian, about 5ft 4in tall, of slim build, with straight black shoulder length hair which she usually wears down. She was wearing a beige coat, blue jeans and metallic brown ankle boots.