The family of a missing woman from Marske have pleaded for her to get in touch two weeks after she went missing.

39-year-old Alison Danks was last seen on CCTV on Coast Road in Marske at 12:22am on May 23.

Prior to this sighting she had been seen walking along Redcar Road in Marske at 12:10am, and then along Marske High Street.

Alison Danks was last seen on CCTV close to Outwood Academy Bydales School Credit: Cleveland Police

Alison's brother has released a statement on behalf of the family.

Ali built up close and deep relationships with so many people and we are all hurting since she disappeared. We all want to see Ali return home safe and as soon as possible. Mum, myself and all her family love her with all our hearts and miss her dearly. Ali if you are reading this, please just make contact by any means possible to let us know you are ok. If anyone has seen Ali and can get a message to us we will be eternally grateful, whatever the circumstances. All that matters to our family is that we know Ali is ok.

Alison’s brother Matthew Bishop

Cleveland Police was to hear from anyone with any information.

Two weeks is a long time for Alison to not be in touch with her family and friends and our dedicated team of officers are working closely with the family whilst they carry out their enquiries to try and trace her. Our key focus in this investigation is around Marske and we would once again appeal directly to anyone with 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 to come forward as a matter of urgency.

Detective Chief Inspector Chris Motson

Alison is described as:

  • 5'6" tall

  • Fair complexion

  • Green eyes

  • Blonde hair

  • Last seen wearing a mustard jacket and blue jeans

Police want anyone with dashcam or private CCTV footage, which could assist the investigation, to contact them.