Last sighting of missing South Shields woman Natalie McIntyre could have been near seafront pub
A missing South Shields woman is thought to have been seen near to a South Shields pub in the hours after she disappeared.
Northumbria Police is continuing to search for Natalie McIntyre, 31, who has not been seen since Tuesday, February 11 after leaving her home in the Mill Dam area of Shields that evening.
One week on from her disappearance, the force has said that someone matching Natalie’s description was seen walking near to seafront pub the Sundial at about 8am on Wednesday, February 12.
Detective Sergeant John Baines said: “We have been carrying out a number of inquiries to locate Natalie and make sure she is safe and well.
“We have now received some fresh information suggesting that Natalie was seen near the Sundial pub on the seafront last Wednesday morning.
“This is a busy path near the seafront which attracts lots of walkers, and we now want to hear from anybody who was in that area between 7.45am and 9.30am and who can provide any information as to whether they saw Natalie or not.
“We are continuing to offer support to Natalie’s family at this time and would ask anybody who has seen or heard from her, or might know her whereabouts, to come forward.”
She was thought to be wearing black pump-style shoes, khaki green cargo trouser and a black top with gold bands on the sleeves.
Contact 101 quoting reference 768 120220 with any information.