Police renew calls for help in finding missing woman Carole Livesey

Carole Livesey.
Carole Livesey.

POLICE have renewed their appeal for information to find missing woman Carole Livesey, who was last seen near Mandurah on Tuesday October 3.

Carole may be attempting to travel to Broome or Bali and police are appealing to anyone that might have given her a lift to contact them.

Officers are also asking that members of the public check any holiday homes, vacant properties or boats they have that are easily accessible in the Mandurah and Rockingham areas.

A plea for Mandurah residents to look out for her was made on a Facebook page managed by Ms Livesey’s husband Chris Lampard on October 10.

“The police have told me that Carole was definitely in central Mandurah on Monday (October 3),” he wrote.

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

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

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.

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