An image of a black faux leather jacket is among those released today by detectives investigating the disappearance of University of Hull student Libby Squire.
It is thought to be a replica of the jacket Libby Squire was wearing when she was last seen, exactly two weeks ago today.
Police say Libby’s mum and friends helped officers identify some of the items Libby chose to wear that night and where they were from, to help with the investigation.
Another item is a black denim skirt, with distinctive side lacing.
Some of the clothes have formed part of the investigation to assist with CCTV footage in identifying Libby’s movements. Police say the replicas were donated by TopShop.
Detectives leading the case have described the public's support as "overwhelming", though one admitted that "we have to consider" the possibility she may have come to harm.
Senior investigating officer, Detective Superintendent Martin Smalley, said: “My thanks go out to everyone who has been involved and who has provided help or assistance.
“While we do continue to be hopeful and we will always keep an open mind, Libby has been missing for 14 days now and we sadly have to consider she may have come to some harm.
- Det Supt Martin Smalley
The detective insisted that although "more work is now taking place behind-the-scenes rather than in public view" it does not mean the investigation is slowing or coming to an end.
The last sighting of Libby is believed to be around 12.05am on Beverley Road at the junction with Haworth Street on February 1, where she was wearing a black denim skirt and faux leather jacket as pictured and distinctive trainers.
If you can help, call 101 quoting log number 163 of 6 February 2019.