Family in emotional plea for missing Canonstown woman Meryl Cameron
The family of a Canonstown woman missing for nearly a month has made an emotional plea for information about her disappearance.
Meryl Cameron's mother and sister said it was totally out of character for her to be out of contact with her family.
Meryl was last seen over the Easter weekend.
Her car, a cream-coloured Renault Megane, was found at Hell's Mouth between Gwithian and Tehidy Woods on the morning of Saturday, March 30.
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Speaking outside Camborne police station this morning her sister, Pippa Ramage said: "We need to know that you are safe and we need to know that you are well.
"We love you so much, we miss you so much. Just please come home."
The 54-year-old has been missing from her home near St Erth since the evening of Friday, March 29.
She is described as white, of a slight build, with her blonde hair cut into a bob and is the owner of a cream-coloured Renault Megane, registration WK62 YMC.
Pippa added: "Our family is besides themselves with worry.
"We really need to know where she is. Meryl please contact us, contact the police."
Superintendent Jim Pearce, west Cornwall commander for Devon and Cornwall Police said the force had been carrying out extensive searches involving specialist officers working in conjunction with other experts.
He said: "I would like to hear from anyone who was in was in the area of Hell's Mouth on that day who may be able to assist.
"Additionally I would like to hear from anyone who either saw or spoke to Meryl or who saw her car at anytime on Thursday, March 28 or Good Friday, March 29."
Anyone with information can contact Devon and Cornwall Police by calling 101 and quoting incident number 357 of March 30.