POLICE are appealing for CCTV and dash cam footage as they continue to hunt a missing 78-year-old Oxford woman.

It is now thought Maja O'Brien was last seen yesterday evening on Wytham Street, off Abingdon Road, at about 6pm.

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Thames Valley Police believes the missing woman is on her bicycle and has released a photo of a similar model, which also has a basket on the front.

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Ms O'Brien is about 5ft 6ins tall, of average build, with short grey hair and brown eyes.

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It is not known exactly what she was wearing at the time she went missing, but she could be dressed in a red coat and carrying Sainsbury’s plastic bags.

Ms O'Brien, who failed to show up for a concert on Thursday night, is known to frequent Hinksey Park, Oxford City centre and the Four Pillars swimming pool.

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Her friends and family are 'very concerned' for her welfare.

In a re-appeal, police called for anyone driving in the area of Abingdon Road yesterday evening to get in touch.

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Wytham Street Pic: Google Maps

Investigating officer detective inspector James Senior of Force CID in Oxford, said: “It is a very concerning that Maja has gone missing as this is very out of character for her.

“We would especially like anyone with dash-cam footage or CCTV images of the Abingdon Road area between 4pm and 7pm on Thursday evening to get in touch.

“We would like to find her as soon as possible.

“If you are reading this Maja, please get in touch, your family and friends are worried.

“You aren’t in any trouble we just want to make sure you are safe.

“If you think you have seen her or you saw her on Thursday evening, please contact police.”

If you have any information, please contact the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference URN 1528 (28/3) or make a report online.

You can also use the online system to upload CCTV and Dashcam footage.