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This touching message to missing junior doctor Rose Polge was left in the sand at a Devon beach.
The artwork was made by loved ones at Torre Abbey Beach in Torquay this week as the appeal to find her continues.
It features a drawing of a heart inside a leafy crest under the phrase "I love you with all my..."
The 25-year old has now been missing for more than a week - the search is concentrated around Ansteys Bay in Torquay where her car was found in a car park last Friday.
A junior doctor who vanished in Devon has now been missing for a week.
The car of Dr Rose Polge, 25, was found in a car park in Ansteys Cove in Torquay.
After days of searching there's still no sign of dedicated young doctor. Police have been brought in from across half of Devon to help in the search and scores of volunteers have been helping. A special police drone has also been deployed.
ITV News understands that Dr Rose Polge who hasn't been seen since Friday evening, had written a letter to her family in which she makes a passing reference to Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.
Devon & Cornwall Police say Mr Hunt is only mentioned once in the letter.
Today is the fourth day of searching for the young doctor and keen hockey player, Rose Polge after her car was found in a car park in Ansteys Cove in Torquay.
The family of Rose Polge, the 25-year-old junior doctor who has been missing from Torquay since Friday, have released the following statement as the search reaches its third day.
“We would like to thank everyone for their help, hope and kind words. The support we have received from family and friends has been much appreciated, and clearly Rose is loved far and wide.
We would like to thank everyone for their help, hope and kind words. The support we have received from family and friends has been much appreciated, and clearly Rose is loved far and wide.
“We are overwhelmed by the support from her friends and colleagues, dozens of whom have been combing the Devon Coast in search of Rose.
Localised searches continue. If you have seen Rose or have any information that could help police with their enquiries, please call 101 quoting log 704 for the 15th February.
Junior doctors have told ITV News their whole community is "very distressed" about the disappearance of one of their peers - 25 year old Rose Polge.
After three days of searching there's still no sign of dedicated young doctor. She hasn't been seen since Friday evening when her car was found in a car park in Ansteys Cove in Torquay.
Police have been brought in from across half of Devon to help in the search and scores of volunteers have been helping.
Dr Natasha Houghman - training in radiology at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, says the whole junior doctor community is sending their thoughts to Rose's family, and earnestly hope she will be found safe and well.