A woman who vanished in suspicious circumstances after last being seen at a Melbourne Woolworths has now been missing for greater than two months.
Maryam Hamka was last seen on CCTV leaving the Woolworths grocery store on Albert Street in Brunswick at 5.30pm on April 10.
The 36-year-old was sporting a black gown on the time and advised household she was going to go to a pal in Brighton.
She has not been seen since and was reported missing on April 15.
On Wednesday, Victoria Police issued an announcement saying they had been eager to talk to anybody who noticed a 2015 crimson Mazda 3 hatchback with distinctive harm to the entrance left guard.
The automobile was seen doing a variety of journeys across the space in the course of the time Hamka vanished, together with to and from Brighton.
Anyone who noticed the automobile wherever throughout the state between Tuesday April 13 and Thursday April 15 is urged to contact police.
Investigators imagine the Mazda was being pushed by a person on the time.
The automobile has been seized, however police are eager to seek out out extra about its actions.
“I understand that this is a fairly common car, but I’m hopeful there will be people who remember seeing one with this type of front damage or one very distinctly being driven by a male driver with no passengers,” Missing Persons Squad Detective Inspector Andrew Stamper stated.
“At this stage we’re not able to limit too much the areas the car has travelled to, so we’re appealing to the general public to check their CCTV and dash cam footage for a vehicle matching this description.
“We do know the car has left a residence in Brighton, so this really marks our starting point.”
A forty five-year-old Brighton man was arrested on April 16 and was charged with issues unrelated to Hamka’s disappearance and has been remanded in custody.
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