Police are carrying out extensive enquiries in a bid to trace a missing woman from Aberdeenshire.
Margaret Inczedi was most recently seen walking in the Berryhill Road area of Newtonhill at around 6.30am on May 13.
Searches have been ongoing in the area, with the assistance of specialist officers and HM Coastguard.
Police previously issued an appeal looking to trace a dog walker, who was seen near to the football pitches in Newtonhill.
They have since been traced, however Margaret has not yet been found.
Concern is growing as the 50-year-old remains missing and extensive enquiries are ongoing to trace her.
She is described as being 5ft 3in tall, of a slim build with dark red hair.
When she disappeared she is believed to have been wearing a grey hooded top and black jogging bottoms.
Sergeant Debbie Archibald, of Stonehaven police station, said: “Our concern for Margaret’s welfare is increasing as time passes.
“From our enquiries, we know Margaret was in the Berryhill Road area of Newtonhill around 6.30am on Saturday, May 13.
“If you were in the area at the time, please think back, did you notice anyone matching her description?
“I would also urge local residents to be vigilant and if you have a shed or outbuilding where someone could seek shelter please check this and report anything of note to us.
“You can call 101, quoting reference 1360 of May 13, 2023.”
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