The fiance of a missing mother-of-five has made a fresh plea for help on Facebook, exactly one month after she was reported missing.
Sarah Wellgreen, from New Ashgreen in Kent, was last seen on 9th October and hasn’t been in contact with her family since she was reported missing.
Her fiance Neil James shared a post asking for anyone who was in the area at the time to send CCTV and dash cam footage to police.
"It’s exactly 4 weeks to the minute/day that we last spoke to [Sarah].
Kent Police say they have now received more than 2,000 hours of CCTV, which is being studied by investigators from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate.
“‘I would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents and businesses in the area for sending us a significant amount of CCTV from more than 80 locations. ‘We continue to appeal to residents, businesses and landowners in the rural areas around New Ash Green to check their outhouses, and areas surrounding their properties. "Dog walkers and anyone out in rural areas should also call us if they see anything that seems suspicious. "We have also taken more than 200 calls from members of the public and I would encourage anyone who has not called us, but who has information that may assist the investigation, to get in contact."
Police have previously admitted that Sarah Wellgreen’s disappearance is being treated as “potential murder.”