Police have released images of a missing woman’s last movements as they commence a three-day search across bushland for her, stating they are seeking “much-needed answers” about her disappearance.
Jessica Zrinski, 30, was last seen in the Bossley Park area, about 37km west of Sydney, on November 27.
She was reported missing on December 3 last year after her family were unable to locate her, with officers from the Fairfield City Police Area Command conducting immediate investigations.
Police have now announced a three-day search for her across bushland in the state’s west in the hope answers into her disappearance will be found.
The investigation was then handed to the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad, which revealed she was last seen in a hotel carpark in Greenfield Park on November 28, before leaving in a blue Holden Commodore station wagon.
Police believe the vehicle then travelled west on the M4 motorway and Great Western Highway towards the Blue Mountains.
Jessica was captured on CCTV before disappearing, with the photos showing her walking through a car park.
The search will commence in the Hampton State Forest on Friday, and is expected to run until Sunday.
Officers from PolAir, the Dog Unit, Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit and SES volunteers will all be part of the search.
Detective superintendent Danny Doherty said police were committed to finding Jessica to provide her family with “much-needed answers.”
“We believe Jessica may have entered or visited the Hampton State Forest sometime after she was last seen entering the Holden Commodore station wagon in late November 2022,” Supt Doherty said.
“Our investigators are conducting this search to find some trace that Jessica may have been here and will leave no stone unturned in our quest to locate her.
“We strongly urge anyone who may know any further information on Jessica’s whereabouts to please come forward. We want to find her and provide her family with much-needed answers.”