Police are still searching for Amy Dwyer, 33, who went missing from South Lismore last Sunday.
Police are still searching for Amy Dwyer, 33, who went missing from South Lismore last Sunday.

Search continues for missing woman

GRAFTON police have launched a search in Queensland for a woman who went missing from South Lismore last Sunday.

Amy Dwyer, 33, left a caravan park on the Bruxner Highway at South Lismore on Sunday, August 18.

Coffs-Clarence Local Area Command Inspector Joanne Reid said she was later seen in Grafton when police were alerted of her presence there by locals.

"Her behaviour was strange enough to warrant attention from the public," Coffs-Clarence Inspector Joanne Reid said.

She has not been since or heard from since and police have serious concerns for her welfare.

Last week Grafton police launched formal protocols with the Missing Persons Unit to trace her whereabouts and believe she may be in the Caboolture area.

Inspector Reid said it was "out of character" for Ms Dwyer to leave without warning and travel to Grafton or into Queensland.

She is believed to be travelling in a Subaru Outback with NSW registration BG-92-AQ and is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 160-165cm tall with a thin build and blonde hair. 

Anyone with information as to her whereabouts is urged to come forward.



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