UPDATE THURSDAY 12.15PM: The search for missing mum-of-three Diane Tytheridge of Bicker has moved to Skegness, according to police today.
Guest house, bed and breakfatss, caravan parks and pubs are all being canvassed by police officers and police community support officers who are handing posters and leaflets hoping to find the 60-year-old woman.
Diane went missing last Wednesday morning and a review of CCTV footage showed her catching a bus from Boston to Skegness.
CCTV footage later showed Diane walking past a car showroom and frozen food store before passing the Lumley pub, Lumley Square, Skegness, heading towards Roman Bank.
Anyone who has seen Diane should call 101, stating incident 371 of June 25, or the charity Missing People on 116 000.
You can also text 116 000 or email email@example.com
WEDNESDAY 6PM: A mum-of-three from Bicker who has been missing for a week was travelling on a bus to Skegness before her disappearance, it has been confirmed today.
New CCTV pictures of Diane Tytheridge (60) show her catching the 8.40am Stagecoach service from Boston Bus Station last Wednesday.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said she sat on the top deck and arrived in Skegness at 10.05am.
Anyone with information about Diane should call 101 or the charity Missing People on 116 000.
TUESDAY 12.30PM: A woman from Bicker who has been missing for nearly a week has been urged to get in touch with her family.
Two more images, a photograph and CCTV footage, of Diane Tytheridge, who has not been seen since Wednesday morning, have been released by police just a day after her daughter and grand-daughter flew into the UK from Australia as the search for Diane continues.
One of the images is of the last known sighting of Diane, speaking to a driver at Boston Bus Station about journeys to Skegness just before 8.40am last Wednesday.
Diane was wearing blue skinny jeans, a white T-shirt under a black fleece jacket, had her hair in a pony tail and she was carrying a blue half-moon shaped holdall.
Anyone with information should call 101 or the charity Missing People on 116 000.
UPDATE FRIDAY NOON: There has been a new and worrying development in the case of a Bicker woman who has been missing for more than two days.
A car belonging to Diane Tytheridge (60) has been found in the car park at Pescod Square, Boston, and forensic tests have led police to reveal that she got out of her car on Wednesday morning to go into town.
Police also confirmed that she was seen on CCTV heading towards John Adams Way after walking along West Street and High Street.
Anyone with information should call 101, stating incident 371 of June 25.
THURSDAY 3:35PM: Concern is rising over the welfare of a woman from Bicker who has been missing for more than a day.
Diane Tytheridge (60) hasn’t been seen since she left her home in the village before 6am yesterday to go to work at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston.
However, she later got in touch with hospital staff to say she wouldn’t be coming in and nothing has been heard from Diane since then.
Police are urging Diane to call her family and let them know she is safe.
Diane is 5ft 4ins tall, slim build and with long fair hair.
She was driving a black Ford Fiesta, registration number DT03 GPT.
Anyone who has seen Diane or her vehicle should call 101, stating incident 371 of June 25.