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The hooded jumper worn by a Beeston mother who went missing last Friday has been released by police.
Police say Elizabeth Kinston, 37, who was last seen in Nottingham city centre, was wearing a light pink hooded jumper, blue jeans and dark brown knee-high boots.
She also had with her a dark green quilted coat with a fur hood, a dark woollen hat with a peak, and a red and black rucksack.
Police have released CCTV footage of a Beeston mother walking through Nottingham city centre on the day she went missing.
Elizabeth Kinston, 37, was last seen carrying her coat and putting on a hat on Queens Bridge Road last Friday morning.
She was wearing a pink hooded jumper, featuring the outline of a chicken pecking at a cup on the back.
Elizabeth had been on maternity leave and was believed to be battling post-natal depression when she left her home on Park Road, Beeston.
A missing mother-of-two from Nottingham had been battling post-natal depression before she disappeared, police have revealed.
Elizabeth Kinston, aged 37, was on maternity leave from her job as a GP after the birth of their second daughter, Elise, in January.
She abandoned her car in the Broad Marsh car park in Nottingham on Friday, leaving her phone and purse inside, and was spotted walking towards the city's railway station - but has not been seen since.
Det Insp Kev Broadhead urged her - or anyone who knows where she is - to pick up the phone and let her worried family know she is okay.
Elizabeth has never left her family like this before and we are aware that she has been battling post-natal depression since Elise was born.
That fact, along with our belief that she has little money, no bank cards and no phone with her is of great concern. The cold weather is an added worry.
We just want to make sure she is safe. Her family just need to know she is okay. Call us with any information you might have.
The husband of a mother from Nottingham who has disappeared has directly appealed to her to come home.
Elizabeth Kinston, 37, left her home in Park Road last Friday.
The police are also appealing for people to get in contact if they know of Elizabeth's whereabouts.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of a mother from Nottingham have released fresh pictures of a missing mother-of-two in the hope someone will have spotted her.
Elizabeth Kinston, aged 37, has not been seen since Friday.
She left her home in Beeston at around 10am and stopped at a petrol station near the Priory Island junction of Derby Road and Woodside Road in Nottingham, before parking in the Broad Marsh car park in the city centre at around 11.30am.
Her car was found abandoned on Saturday, with her purse and phone inside.
Nottinghamshire police think a missing mum, who has links to Birmingham, may have boarded a train the day she left home.
Elizabeth Kinston left home at around 10 am on Friday 1 November and has not been since.
The 37-year-old stopped at a petrol station near the Priory Island junction of Derby Road and Woodside Road in Nottingham, before parking in the Broad Marsh car park in the city centre at around 11.30 am.
Elizabeth's car was recovered from the car park on Saturday, with her purse and phone inside.
Elizabeth, who became a mother for the second time this year, is around 5ft 7ins tall and of a medium build.
She was carrying a red and black back-pack and had a dark woollen hat with her, on the day she went missing.
Anyone with information are urged to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101.
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