Police have released new CCTV images of a woman who disappeared from Sydney’s south west late last year and said they have “serious concerns” for her wellbeing.
Jessica Zrinski, 30, was last seen at 10pm on Friday November 25 in Bossley Park before she disappeared. A week later, she was reported missing to police.
Newly released CCTV footage shows Zrinski walking down a suburban lane in Bossley Park, three days after she was last seen in person.
In footage police released Friday as they appealed to the public for help, the missing woman can be seen in an orange singlet and black leggings with a cream handbag.
In the footage, she can be seen walking down Zadro Avenue in Bossley Park at around 8.35pm on Monday 28 November and near a club on Prairie Vale Road around 9.45pm that same night.
Police described Zrinski as Caucasian in appearance, with a thin build and blond hair. She has tattoos on her right index finger, left wrist, and the back of her neck.
“Jessica has been known to visit the Bossley Park, Smithfield, Fairfield, Wetherill Park, Edensor Park, Cabramatta and Sydney CBD areas,” a police spokesman said. “She can exhibit erratic behavior.
“Police and family members have grave concerns for her well-being due to a number of health issues.”
Zrinski’s uncle and aunt will later on Friday make a renewed appeal to the media to find their niece.
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