South Coast Police are appealing for help from the public to locate a woman who’s missing on the South Coast.
55-year-old woman, Kim Misios, who was reported missing after last being seen in the Narooma area on Sunday the 31st of July has been spotted around the Bega Valley but has not contacted friends or family.
Chief Inspector and District Inspector for South Coast Police, John Sheehan, said she is known to frequent the areas of Narooma, Bega and Merimbula.
“We’ve confirmed from some CCTV that Kim was definitely in Merimbula on the 1st of August,” Chief Inspector Sheehan said.
“At around 10:50am, she was at the ALDI Supermarket there and she purchased some clothing,” he said.
“We’re still searching for her and Kim may not know that we’re actually looking for her at the moment and obviously the family have some concerns.”
Kim is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 155cm tall, of medium build with blonde hair and brown eyes.
She is believed to be travelling in a 2006 black BMW with NSW registration plates – LUV 00Z.
“She is definately still driving that black BMW, so if anyone sees her or they have any information in relation to Kim, if they can give us a ring,” Chief Inspector Sheehan said.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or clicking HERE.