THE FAMILY of missing Isle of Wight woman Victoria Bailey have today (Friday) urged anyone with information about her disappearance to contact police.
Sister Lisa Lawrenson said: "Vicky, please make contact with me, or mum, the police or anyone just to let us know you are safe and well. You don't have to tell us where you are just that you are ok as we are desperately worried about you.
"We all miss you terribly and love you very much. Please Vicky."
She added: "Our family is desperate for news of Vicky's whereabouts. Also I implore, if anyone has found a mobile phone or a rucksack to hand them into police as a matter of urgency."
According to a police spokesman, Victoria, 53, was last seen at 2.18pm on Saturday, June 7, getting off the number 12 bus in Freshwater. She was then believed to have walked towards the Tennyson Trail.
She was wearing sunglasses, a beige-brown jacket, dark top, scarf and blue jeans.
She was reported missing from her home in Red Road, Wootton Bridge.
Anyone with information is urged to contact DS John Walton at Newport Police Station on 101, quoting 44140200577, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.