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Kelli Ferris: Fresh appeal over missing woman

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Image caption No trace has been found of Kelli despite repeated searches

A fresh appeal has been made by police in Aberdeen city centre in the hope of gathering more information about a missing woman.

Kelli Ferris, 40, was last seen in the city on 10 September in the Marischal Court area.

She had been unwell recently and has a medical condition that requires medication.

Posters will be displayed in public space areas and specialist dogs used to continue the search.

Det Supt Mark Cooper of Police Scotland urged members of the public to help by searching sheds and outbuildings.

He said: "We have been using specialist co-ordinators to manage our activities with significant searches carried out in the Marischal Court and Castle Terrace areas of the city.

"Our search activity has been assisted by the Police Scotland helicopter and specialist search dogs.

"This has been useful but we have still not found Kelli or any of her belongings."

Kelli is 5ft 4in tall, of slim build, with shoulder length red/ginger hair.

On the day she went missing, CCTV footage showed her withdrawing money from a branch of TSB at Castlegate.

She was wearing dark trousers, a blue jacket and had a brown handbag.

Anyone who has information about her disappearance is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.

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Image caption Kelli Ferris was seen in CCTV footage in a bank on the day she disappeared

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