Police have released a new photograph of a missing woman from Newcastle.
Lynda Foulkes, 46, went missing from her home in Bury, Greater Manchester on July 10. It's believed she may be in Northumberland or on North Tyneside.
Anyone who may have seen Lynda is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101.
Superintendent Alan Veitch, from Northumbria Police, says he's very worried about missing woman Lynda Foulkes.
Police are continuing to search for Lynda Foulkes, who went missing from her home in Greater Manchester on July 10.
Superintendent Alan Veitch said:
A missing woman who is believed to be in the North East is originally from the area, police confirmed.
Lynda Foulkes, 46, went missing from her home in Bury, Greater Manchester on July 10. Northumbria Police has now confirmed that she is originally from Gosforth, in Newcastle.
Extensive enquiries are ongoing to try and trace a missing woman who may be in the North East.
Lynda Foulkes, 46, went missing from her home in Bury on July 10.
Superintendent Alan Veitch, from Northumbria Police, said:
Police are appealing for help to find a missing woman from Bury.
Lynda Foulkes, 46, was last seen in the Ainsworth area of Bury at around 3pm on July 10. She has links to North East it is believed she may visit the Wallington Hall or Belsay area in Northumberland, or the Whitley Bay area of North Tyneside.
Ms Foulkes is described as being around 5ft 5in tall, of slim build with short black/grey hair. She was last seen wearing grey trousers, a navy blue hooded top and walking trainers.
Anyone who may have seen Lynda or may have information of her whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 extension 69191.
Supt. Simon Retford from Greater Manchester Police gives an update to ITV News about the investigation.