URGENT efforts have mounted to find woman who was reported missing from Salisbury one week ago.

Lynne Morrall, 69, was last seen getting off the 44 bus in Exeter Street at 12.52pm on Thursday, March 3.

Detectives are now appealing for dashcam footage taken from the area at the time as they seek small but vital information.

New photographs of Lynne, who was seen wearing a navy coat, dark trousers and black ankle boots with a light blue bag, have also been issued.

She is described as being 5ft 6in tall with a thin build and light brown shoulder-length hair. 

Salisbury Journal: Lynne Morrall is missing.Lynne Morrall is missing. (Image: Wiltshire Police)


Hampshire Search and Rescue alongside Wiltshire Police were combing Churchill Gardens to look for Lynne yesterday, March 27.

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Superintendent Liz Coles said Lynne's family is "extremely worried about her", adding: "Today we are urgently appealing for anyone who may have dash cam footage of her leaving the bus in Exeter Street.

"We also need to hear from anyone who may have been on the bus or was in the area at the time.

"Members of the public can also help by checking their ring doorbell footage and CCTV. Any small piece of information could be vital."

'They love you'

Supt Coles made a direct appeal to Lynne herself, in which she said: “You should know that your family are very worried about you. They love you and need to know you are safe. Please contact us.”  

Anyone with information about Lynne Morrall's whereabouts should call 999 quoting log 306 of March 22.