CCTV footage of the last-known sighting of missing 70-year-old woman Cindy Li has been released by police on Friday as the investigation into her disappearance continues.
Li, who resides in the central Auckland suburb of Sandringham, was reported missing after she left an address on Tranmere Rd on the morning of Tuesday, November 9. Li left the property on foot.
Despite an extensive canvas of the area and ongoing search and rescue efforts, the 70-year-old has not been located and enquiries to date have not been able to establish her movements past this point, Detective Senior Sergeant Geoff Baber from Auckland City West CIB said on Friday.
Police enquiries have identified CCTV footage which shows Li walking on Tranmere Rd at around 8:25am on the day of her disappearance.
She was wearing a pink jacket over a light-coloured top and white pants.
Another recent CCTV image has also been released, which shows Cindy wearing the same pink jacket and white pants on an earlier occasion.
"Given the length of time that Cindy remains missing, police have serious concerns for her safety," Det Snr Sgt Baber said.
"Police want to hear from anyone who saw a woman matching this clothing description on or since Tuesday, November 9."
Anyone with information is asked to contact 105, quoting file number 211110/4026.