Missing person appeal for Nusrat Jahan, 34, missing from the Seaton area of Aberdeen since Thursday 27th July.
Searches in the beach and Seaton areas of Aberdeen are continuing today (Saturday 29 July, 2017) as efforts to trace missing Nusrat Jahan remain ongoing.
Nusrat Jahan or Dow, 34, was reported missing from her home near the Park Street area of Seaton on Thursday night (27 July, 2017). She had intimated that she planned to go to the beach and a major search operation was launched.
Enquiries have established that she was at Marischal College on Broad Street at around 4pm on Thursday.
Local Inspector Steve McEwan said: "We have been making a number of enquiries in order to trace Nusrat Jahan and piece together her movements since she was reported missing.
"We know she was in the Broad Street area of Aberdeen at around 4pm on the day of her disappearance and this is the last confirmed sighting we have of her.
"She potentially went to the beach area on Thursday night, which would have been busy with fans leaving Pittodrie however we are keeping an open mind that she could be elsewhere in the Seaton or indeed Aberdeen area. As such, I would urge any hotel or B&B owners to get in touch if they believe she may be staying or has stayed with them in recent days. She may be using the name Nusrat Dow.
"Our searches will continue in the beach and Seaton areas of Aberdeen today. Due to the reasonable weather we are experiencing today and coupled with it being the weekend, we expect the beach area to be busy and would urge anyone that sees a woman matching the description of Nusrat Jahan to get in touch with us, no matter how insignificant you think the information you have is."
Nusrat is described as being around 5'3'' and of slim build, with dark hair. When last seen, she was wearing flat black slip on shoes, black leggings or skinny jeans, a light grey patterned top, black rimmed glasses and was using a white handbag with black band across the top.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 4045 of 27/07 or MP170702786.
Call 101 for non-emergencies and general enquiries, in an emergency call 999. If you have information about a crime you can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.