- Missing vet Catherine Gowing is about 5ft 10in and of slim, athletic build. She speaks with an Irish accent.
- She was last seen Friday night at Asda in Queensferry between 8.06pm and 8.39pm.
- Sge was wearing blue jeans, a light brown/khaki zip-up fleece top with white sleeves and white side panels, and plain black flat shoes. Her brown hair was tied up.
- She had a bright brown saddle bag over her shoulder and across her body and was carrying an Asda plastic bag and a pizza-type box.
Magistrates in Prestatyn granted officers a 36-hour extension this morning to question a 46-year-old man from Gwynedd on suspicion of Caroline Gowing's murder.
He is known to frequent the New Brighton area and is known to Ms Gowing, who disappeared last Friday.
The veterinary practice where Catherine Gowing works has revealed that a colleague received a text from the missing 37-year-old's phone after she was last seen alive.
Evans Veterinary Practice owner David Evans said staff became worried after receiving half a text from Ms Gowing at the weekend.
The sister of missing Irish woman Catherine Gowing, who is feared murdered in Wales, has broken down in tears as she asked for the public's help in tracking down her "beautiful sister."
"Catherine is a kind, sensitive beautiful person," Emma Gowing said. "She's my best friend, she's the light of my life and she's the light of my parents' life."
She added, "If you have any information about Catherine, no matter how trivial you think it is, please contact the police."
Anyone with information can call the North Wales Police incident room on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. For more on the story visit ITV Wales.
The family of 37-year-old vet Catherine Gowing, who has been missing since Friday, have made an emotional appeal for help in finding her.
North Wales Police have been given more time to question a 46-year-old on suspicion of her murder. For more details visit ITV Wales.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of a 37-year-old vet, police said.
Detectives in North Wales appealed for help following the unexplained disappearance of Catherine Gowing, who was last seen leaving work in Mold last Friday.