More images have been released to assist in the search for a missing Richmond woman Lucy Chisholm.

Lucy, 44, has been described at "vulnerable" and was last seen on Mortlake High Street, just before 7:00 pm on Sunday (December 2). Police have now released CCTV images of the day.

She has not used her bank cards or contacted friends or family since Sunday. Lucy is vulnerable, and officers are extremely concerned for her wellbeing.

In a statement, Lucy’s brother, Leo Michaels, said: "We are all very concerned about Lucy, she has now been missing for over two weeks which is extremely out of character. She is a wonderful, caring mother and sister and we just want her back for Christmas. Her family and friends are desperate for information, we all just want to know she is safe and well."

Lucy is a white woman, around 5ft 6in tall, and of medium build with brown straight shoulder length hair, and blue eyes. She was wearing dark clothing, a blue scarf and carrying a bag on her back.

Detective Inspector Richard Coe, of the South West Command Unit, said: "This is a terrible time for Lucy’s family and we are doing everything we can to find her. While there is nothing to suggest that Lucy has come to harm, her family are understandably desperate for news.

"We are incredibly concerned about her and we would urge anyone with information which could help to come forward straight away. We would like to thank everyone who has assisted us so far."

Anyone who has seen Lucy Chisholm or knows where she is should call police at South West Command Unit on 101 and ask for CID of SW BCU Missing unit, or call Missing People on 116 000