THE husband of missing Coodanup woman Carole Livesey joined police officers today at a mobile police facility.
Chris Lampard, Ms Livesey’s husband, joined police at Peel Community Kitchen from 9am to 1pm taking information from the public in relation to her whereabouts.
A woman fitting Ms Livesey’s description had been spotted in CCTV images around central Mandurah.
Mr Lampard said he would like to thank the public for their support.
“I’m doing ok, but I’m desperately worried about her,” he said.
“I want to say thank you to everybody, because I feel like I’m part of a network.”
Mr Lampard and Ms Livesey have no family in the area.
They moved to Australia, via New Zealand more than five years ago.
“During that period of rain this week, I was so scared,” he said.
“I’m at home in a warm cosy house and I think of her being in the cold.
“She’s in a fragile mental state and she needs care.”
Mr Lampard begged people who see his wife to call police.
He said he desperately missed his wife of 27 years.
“You really build up a connection with someone in 27 years,” he said.
“Police are doing an amazing job.”
Mr Lampard said Search Dogs Australia had offered their services for free.
Sergeant Marcel Walsh said a few people had come forward to speak to them today, but hadn’t given any definitive information.
“We know she was here (at the Peel Community Kitchen) on Monday,” he said.
“Our efforts are focused here, and on local parks and the bridges.”
He said they have concerns for Ms Lampard’s physical and mental health.
Ms Livesey is described as 165 to 170cm tall, slim, with brown hair, blue eyes, fair skin and a nose ring.
She has an English accent.
Ms Livesey was last seen wearing a light blue shirt and black pants.
She had a distinctive blue coloured cast on her right arm (from shoulder to wrist), set at 30 degrees.
Anyone who sees Ms Livesey is asked to call police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.