Richmond LAC police are asking for public assistance to find missing Lismore woman Christa Crewe
Richmond LAC police are asking for public assistance to find missing Lismore woman Christa Crewe

Disappearance "out of character" for Lismore woman Christa

MONDAY 8AM: POLICE are continuing to appeal for public assistance as they search for missing woman Christa Crewe.

Ms Crewe, aged 54, was last seen leaving her house on Weemala Street, Lismore Heights, about 2.30pm on Tuesday April 12.

When she failed to return home, concerned family members contacted police, who commenced searching for her.

Ms Crewe is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 160cm tall, of slim build, with a fair complexion, blonde hair and hazel eyes.

She is believed to be travelling in a maroon Honda CRV with registration plate, CE31UY.

Police have concerns for her welfare as her disappearance is out of character.

If anyone sights Ms Crewe, they are urged to contact Richmond Local Area Command via Crime Stoppers.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.

 

FRIDAY 2PM: POLICE are calling for assistance to find missing Lismore woman Christa Crewe.

Officers from the Richmond Local Area Command say she was last seen three days ago, about 2.30pm on Tuesday, April 12, leaving her house in Lismore.

She is believed to be in a maroon coloured Honda CRV registration CE31UY.

Police are concerned about the welfare of this missing woman and are asking for anyone with information to contact them on 02 6626 0599.

Alternatively, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestoppers.com.au



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