The family of missing Ashton woman Alisha Apostoloff-Boyrin, have released new photos of her as the investigation into her disappearance continues two months after she was last seen in her home town.
The investigation has resulted in detectives from GMPs Major Incident Team following up on a number of lines of enquiry in different parts of the country, including here in Greater Manchester, County Durham and Derbyshire.
Unfortunately, evidence has lead detectives to believe that Alisha has come to serious harm and two arrests have been made. It is believed that Alisha travelled from Ashton to County Durham and back in January.
Officers are urging people both in the Manchester and Durham areas to think if they could have seen Alisha since January, or anyone who may have CCTV or dashcam footage showing Alisha.
She regularly wears a long Parka style jacket with a hood and may have been wearing this when she went missing.
You can send information to us through our online portal.
or by calling GMPs Major Incident team on 0161 856 6777.
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Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.