The mother of a missing southeast Melbourne woman has made an emotional plea to help find her daughter.

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Grave fears held for woman who vanished from Melbourne's south east


VIDEO The family of a missing Springvale woman has made a plea for information about her daughter. Source: 7 News Grave fears held for woman who vanished from Melbourne's south east

Ester Royal, 41, was last seen by her partner heading to Springvale RSL on Monday about 1pm.

Victorian Police searched her home on Osbourne Avenue, which she shares with her partner, on Thursday night but found nothing suspicious.

She is unemployed, has no children and no car and police are still concerned by her disappearance.

The 41-year-old was last seen heading towards the Springvale RSL on Monday. Source: 7 News

Her mother Margaret said the last time she’d spoken to her was on Mother’s Day.

“We are very concerned about her wellbeing and we love her and want her home,” she said.

CCTV has captured her having a coffee alone for about 15 minutes before she leaves the shot and walks outside.

Police found nothing suspicious at the house Ms Royal shares with her partner. Source: 7 News

Her phone is currently switched off and she hasn’t touched her bank accounts.

Ms Royal has done this before, but her family said she normally reached out for help.

Anyone with further information about Ester’s disappearance is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use Crime Stoppers online reporting [|page|popup=true].

Margaret Royal is deeply concerned about her daughter's disappearance. Source: 7 News

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