Police continue search for missing Emma Faulds from Kilmarnock
Update 6th May: Police now say the last CONFIRMED sighting of Emma was around 9:10pm on Sunday 28 April 2019 when she was in the Monkton area, Ayrshire.
Police Scotland is appealing for information to help trace a woman missing from Kilmarnock.
Emma Faulds (39) was last seen around 8 am on Monday 29 April 2019 in Fullarton Street.
She was reported missing to police when she had not been in touch with family and friends.
She is described as 5ft 3, of slim build with long blonde hair with a fringe, has a pale complexion and blue eyes. She is athletic and was known to go to the gym regularly.
Inspector Iain Murray, Kilmarnock Police Office, said:
“It is completely out of character for Emma to not be in touch with family and friends, she has a large circle of friends and is very sociable in nature.
“Our officers are carrying out a number of enquiries, including searching through CCTV footage and speaking with those who know her to try and trace her.
“She is known in the Kilmarnock, Glasgow and Paisley areas and therefore we are also working with bus companies and British Transport Police in case she has travelled.
“We appreciate that those who know Emma are worried and have already been out searching for her, however we would ask that these people liaise with police so that any searches can be coordinated. This means we can carry out searches efficiently and effectively.
“We would ask anyone who has not already spoken to police, who may have information on Emma’s whereabouts or who may have seen her in the days up to her last sighting, or have seen her since Monday to get in touch with us.
“We would also ask Emma herself to get in touch – we just want to make sure you are safe and well.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Police via 101, quoting incident number 2412 of Tuesday 30 April 2019.