Family of missing Canonstown woman Meryl Cameron appeal for help
A desperate family of a missing woman has appealed for help after she disappeared from her home two weeks ago.
Meryl Cameron, from Canonstown, near St Erth, was last seen over the Easter weekend.
Police have released a new photograph of the 54-year-old in the hope that somebody will come forward.
"We are getting increasingly concerned about Meryl and we are desperate to find out where she is," the family told police.
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"We are extremely grateful to everyone that has helped in this enquiry but we need any information anybody can provide.
"This is so out of character for Meryl. She is a calm and collected person who is full of life and fun. Meryl has lots of friends who are all worried about her. Please help the police if you have any information even if it is only the smallest snippet."
Police have been working alongside the Coastguard to try to locate Ms Cameron, and are now set to broaden their search.
A Police spokesperson, said: "We are still continuing to search for Meryl, and we will be extending our search areas from Hell's Mouth through to her home address at Canonstown."
Her car, a distinctive white soft-top Renault Megane, was found at Hell's Mouth near Gwithian on Saturday March 30.
Police have previously released a description of Ms Cameron, who is said to be 5 ft 3 in height, of slight build and with a blonde bob-style haircut.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting police reference number AI/13/19.