Hundreds of people are searching for missing woman Bridget Flack, who was last seen in Melbourne on November 30.
Police are seeking public assistance to help find her after the 28-year-old disappeared last month.
She was last seen in Lygon St in Carlton at approximately 10.30am on the morning of November 30, where she told friends she would be going for a walk at Yarra Bend Park, but failed to return home.
Flack made phone contact later that day, but hasn’t been seen since.
Victoria Police have issued the following description of Bridget to help with the search:
“Bridget is Caucasian, about 170cm tall, with a thin build and shoulder-length brown hair.”
“She is likely travelling on foot or via public transport and is known to frequent the Yarra Bend Park and Merri Creek walking trails as well as the northern suburbs and the Ballarat area.”
Following her disappearance, friends and family have set up the Facebook group ‘Have You Seen Bridget?’ to help in the search.
So far, over 2,000 people have joined the group to help share information and organise search parties in the local area.
“Bridget wears glasses and was carrying a small, light pink backpack,” friends described her on the Facebook group.
Anyone with any information regarding Bridget or her movements after 10.30am on November 30 is urged to contact police immediately.
If you have any information, please contact the North Melbourne police station on (03) 8379 0800.