Police investigating the disappearance Catherine Gowing have been given more time to question a 46 year-old man on suspicion of her murder.
Further investigations by North Wales Police have established a further sighting of the 37 year-old at Asda in Queensferry, Flintshire.
Catherine was seen entering the store at 8.06pm on Friday 12th October and she left at 8.39pm.
She was wearing blue jeans, a light brown / khaki fleece zipped top with white sleeves and white side panels. On her feet she was wearing plain black flat shoes and her brown hair was tied up.
She had a bright brown saddle bag across her shoulder and body and was carrying a plastic Asda bag and a pizza type box.
Detective Superintendent John Hanson said: “Our priority is to trace Catherine and we would urge anyone who has seen her or her Renault Clio, bearing the Irish registration plates - 00D 99970 to contact the North Wales Police incident room on101.”
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