Detectives searching for missing mother-of-two Elizabeth Kinston are today speaking to shoppers at a Nottingham retail park.
The 37-year-old GP left her home in Park Road, Beeston, on November 1. She was spotted on CCTV twice later that morning, with the last known sighting of her being at around noon on Queens Drive, walking towards the junction with Castle Bridge Road.
Police are today speaking to shoppers at the Castle Marina Retail Park, to find out whether anyone who was there on that day may have spotted her or seen where she went next.
Elizabeth's car was found abandoned in the Broad Marsh car park, with her purse and phone inside.
She was wearing a pink hoodie, jeans and dark brown knee-high boots.
It is believed she had been suffering from post-natal depression.
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