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Missing Hull woman Renata Antczak: New pictures released

CCTV and a picture of Renata Antczak Image copyright Humberside Police
Image caption The CCTV (left) shows Renata Antczak wearing a yellow jacket with another newly released picture (right) of the missing woman

CCTV images of a missing woman dropping her daughter at school hours before she disappeared have been released.

Renata Antczak, 49, was last seen walking near her home in Beamsley Way, Hull, at about 13:00 BST on 25 April.

The Polish national was captured on CCTV at 08:45 the same morning with her 11-year-old daughter at Broadcare Primary School.

A new picture of Ms Antczak and a photo of her car have also been released by Humberside Police.

Ms Antczak took her daughter to school in the family's black Mercedes e220, before returning to her home address.

It is unclear where the car was driven in between, police said.

Officers have appealed again for information and Ch Insp Michelle Garlick said her movements "may well hold the key to her whereabouts now".

Ch Insp Garlick also appealed directly to the missing woman, "You have family who are desperate to know that you are safe and I promise that you will not be any trouble if you get in touch."

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Image caption The car's number plate is WF13 PCX, said police

There have been no confirmed sightings of Ms Antczak in the UK or Poland, despite widespread appeals, said police.

The force believes she is still in the country but continue to work closely with Polish authorities.

As part of the wider investigation Ms Antczak's dentist husband Majid Mustafa, 47, of Beamsley Way, has been accused of conspiracy to administer a noxious substance to her.

She is described as white, 5ft 6in tall, with a slim build and straight shoulder-length blonde hair.

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Image caption Ch Insp Michelle Garlick said Ms Antczak's movements "may well hold the key to her whereabouts now".

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