Police intensify search for missing Mandurah woman Carole Livesey

Carole Livesey.
Carole Livesey.

POLICE will intensify their search for a missing Mandurah woman this morning with a mobile police facility to be set up outside a soup kitchen for the homeless and disadvantaged.

Carole Livesey (50) from Coodanup has reportedly been sleeping rough in central Mandurah.

She went missing more than a week ago from Rockingham General Hospital.

The mobile police will be at the Peel Community Kitchen from 9:30am to 1pm today at the corner of Gibson and Sutton Streets in Mandurah.

Police officers will be available to take any information from the public in relation to her whereabouts.

Yesterday, a plea for Mandurah residents to look out for her was made on a Facebook page managed by Ms Livesey’s husband Chris Lampard.

“The police have told me that Carole was definitely in central Mandurah on Monday,” he wrote.

“Please keep an eye out for her in the Mandurah/Silver Sands areas in particular.”

Mr Lampard thanked the public for their support.

Ms Livesey was previously seen at Waikiki Salvation Army where she once volunteered.

She told volunteers she was going to hitchhike home to Mandurah.

Mr Lampard said his wife had been in a fragile mental state during the past few weeks.

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.