A new image has been released of a Teesside woman Cleveland Police are becoming increasingly concerned about

39-year-old Alison Danks is shown clearly in the image, that has been taken from CCTV footage.

It shows her walking along Redcar Road in Marske at 12:17am on Saturday 23rd May.

Alison was then sighted on CCTV near to Outwood Academy Bydales School on Coast Road in Marske at 12:22am later the same morning and hasn’t been sighted since.

“Since Alison was reported missing, officers have worked tirelessly to try and find her, and are still continuing to do so. We have carried out a number of searches in the area, analysed hours of CCTV and dash cam footage, conducted door to door enquiries and a number of other extensive enquiries in a bid to trace her. Despite this huge effort, we have still not found Alison, and we are still appealing to the public for their help, particularly those who have private CCTV or dash cam footage or to those who may have been walking or driving in the area around the time that she was last sighted. All information is significant to us, no matter how irrelevant you may think it is and we would continue to urge people to come forward with the footage and information to help us find Alison"

Detective Chief Inspector Chris Motson
Alison Danks has been missing for over a week Credit: Cleveland Police

Alison is described as:

  • White

  • 5’6” tall with fair complexion

  • Green eyes

  • Blonde hair tied up in a ponytail.

  • She was believed to be wearing a distinctive bright mustard coloured jacket, blue jeans and possibly UGG boots at the time she went missing