The search for missing Rosie Johnson is entering its third day (Thursday) on the Isle of Wight.
Residents are being urged to check sheds and outbuildings, as the search continues for the missing 22-year-old from Glasgow.
As Isle of Wight Radio has previously reported, she has not been seen since Sunday night and failed to report to work at Wootton’s PGL centre Little Canada.
Overnight, the National Police Air Support (NPAS) helicopter from Redhill assisted with the search.
Rosie was last seen wearing a blue puffa jacket and trousers. She has brown hair and is described as slim.
Hampshire Constabulary says there are serious concerns for her welfare.
Inspector Andy McDonald from Hampshire Constabulary told Isle of Wight Radio:
“We’ve got 40 members of Hampshire police, Isle of Wight Search and Rescue, Hampshire Search and Rescue and coastguard out looking for Rosie.
“Conduct searches of any outbuildings, boats, not just superificla searches – going into thoe locations, having a good look around.”
WightSAR Search Manager, Dean Terrett, said:
“We’re concentrating on the lake [and] woodside area. We believe Rosie left with no money….Very much a focus that she may be travelling on foot. If you think you might have seen her in the time that she went missing give police a call.
“The search operation is one part of this investigation. There are other investigative lines of inquiry that are ongoing at this time.”